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How To Choose A Health Insurance Plan

Photo: Short Wave


Health insurance can be tremendously confusing, with its complexity, jargon and acronyms. But putting in a bit of time to learn what these health insurance terms mean can empower you to better understand what signing on to a plan might mean for your budget and your health.

Whether you’re picking a plan for the first time, thinking of changing a plan, or want to see your options, NPR health correspondent, Selena Simmons-Duffin offers tips for browsing and choosing a health insurance plan. This episode is brought to us in conjunction with our colleagues at Life Kit.

What other tips and tricks would you like from Short Wave? E-mail us at shortwave@npr.org.

The audio portion of this episode was produced by Janet W. Lee, with engineering support from Joshua Newell.


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