Seems to be kind of quiet on the health care reform front, or is it? If you take a moment to read the news, there are still on-going debates over what will happen in 2014 when everyone will have to have health insurance. While a laudable plan, to some, to others it means nothing. Those millions of undocumented immigrants living in the U.S. will still not have access to health care. Some may cheer about that, but they should also be aware that health care reform and immigration reform are inextricably linked and many of them voted for immigration reform.
For now, health care reform is still looming and the insurance industry is gearing up to offer a different variety of policies for a wider range of people. No one is yet certain what those policies will be, but since insurance companies can no longer deny people with existing conditions, they will have to find a way to deal with that issue somehow. Now is the time to find yourself affordable health care insurance, as the rates are really competitive and this will give you control over what you want, now and in the future.