People who need health insurance have just about one week left to sign up on the online health exchange.
The open enrollment period ends March 31st.
Mary Testin at Wausau’s Bridge Clinic is healthcare Regional Coordinator for Central Wisconsin. She says a lot of people may have been putting off their decision until now.
“It seems like people are waking up, because my phone is just ringing off the hook. The deadline is real, it is not extended. March 31st is the day, everyone must have healthcare or they’ll get a penalty.”
Rhinelander health care premiums are falling somewhere in the middle as compared to the rest of the state. That’s according to a new report from progressive group Citizen Action of Wisconsin. It compares health insurance rates in different regions statewide.
It finds Madison tends to rank lowest, while the highest premiums are found in the Milwaukee area and in far Northwestern Wisconsin.