The Alliance for Health Reform is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that promotes affordable quality health care for all Americans. The site provides expert perspectives on these issues in the form of briefings, transcripts and webinars, sourcebooks for journalists, toolkits, videos, and more.
Consumer Reports dedicates a section of its website to covering health insurance topics including Medicare coverage, subsidies, navigating the loss of insurance coverage, picking plans, using health insurance, health news, and more.
eHealthInsurance provides an online commercial insurance enrollment service across multiple states, with tools for comparing different plan costs. The information is free but requires registration to connect with an insurance agent.
This website offers pricing information to estimate the expected costs of medical procedures and treatments by postal code. It also uses a formula to estimate out-of-pocket costs for insured patients. Consumers are limited to 20 searches per week.
The federal government manages this insurance site, which provides the most authoritative and readable information available regarding health insurance and health reform. It is available in several languages.
HealthInsurance.org is an online resource that provides information on obtaining health insurance outside of the federal exchange. By entering information like name, age, location, marital status, and income, users will be able to compare those policies most appropriate to their personal situation.
This government-sponsored website is the definitive source for Medicare enrollment, costs, quality, and services. The site offers a variety of tools and materials including a provider-locator tool, claims and appeals assistance, insurance information, overviews of medical costs, and more.
This website, provided by the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs, is the premier site for resources on veteran-specific health care. The site covers general health information and explains the benefits and services available to military veterans who have been honorably discharged from duty.