When I got divorced five years ago, the agreement was that my ex-husband would cover our daughter’s health insurance and I would pay the deductible and co-pays. This worked all right, until two things happened. One, our daughter was diagnosed with depression; and two, his plan’s deductible and co-pays went way up. She sees a […]
A published author and health policy analyst with 25 years’ experience, Linda Riddell's goal is to alleviate the widespread ailment of not knowing what your health plan can do for you.Follow @l_riddell
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