Out-of-sync enrollment periods complicate health plan switches

Getting married, having a child or losing health insurance coverage through an employer’s plan are among the triggers for a special enrollment period, when people can enroll in a spouse’s plan. At other times, people may enroll in a spouse’s plan during open enrollment, but when open enrollment periods do not coincide, employers are within their rights to refuse to allow a switch, says legal expert J.D. Piro, a senior vice president with Aon Hewitt. Kaiser Health News (12/5)

Last Updated 10/20/2021

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