Last Chance For 2017 Health Plans

Open enrollment ends soon Don’t miss out on the open enrollment period to purchase 2017 health coverage. It ends on January 31 and after that, you must have a qualifying life event to either change your existing health plan or apply for new coverage. If you do not get health insurance during the open enrollment…
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The Ultimate Guide To North Dakota Travel: Part II

By Danielle Betteen This is Part II of two in a series about winter driving safety. As a long-distance commuter, I’ve learned many tricks and tips on how to stay safe in good, bad and ugly road conditions. If you didn’t catch the first in this series, click here. Keep a full gas tank. Don’t…
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The Ultimate Guide To North Dakota Travel: Part I

By Danielle Betteen This is Part I of two in a series about winter driving safety. I officially became a long-distance commuter to the Fargo-Moorhead area last spring, and my drive from home to work in Fargo is 100 miles round trip. Because I have such a long commute, I thought it would be worth…
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BCBSA Reports Increase In Visits To Retail Health Clinics

A Blue Cross Blue Shield Association (BCBSA) Health of America (HoA) report released Wednesday, Jan. 18, shows that retail health clinic visits are up despite lagging use among individually insured Americans. The report, based on a study of how Blue Cross and Blue Shield (BCBS) commercially insured members used clinics from 2011 through 2015, found…
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Health Plan Personal Shopper

Health insurance agents are like personal shoppers. They are trained to advise and guide you through all the considerations when selecting a health plan. Agents are licensed by the state, but they also buy insurance for themselves, so they can relate to your needs and concerns. Here are a few reasons why you should consult…
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