If you don't have health insurance, here's something you need to know:
The median cost of a trip to the emergency room is $1,233. It could be as simple as a sprained ankle or a sudden illness that sends you there, but if you're not covered, it's going to set you back. In fact, the median ER visit costs more than the average American pays for rent each month.
I can think of so many other things I'd rather do with that kind of cash -- can't you?
No more hesitation -- head over to Healthcare.gov to check out your options in the health care marketplace and see the affordable options available to you.
When you get covered, not only will you get peace of mind from knowing that an emergency won't devastate your finances -- but preventive care like immunizations and regular checkups can come at no cost to you.
That sounds like a win-win.
March 31st will be here before you know it, and you don't want to be left behind.
There are still affordable plans available -- get started today:
Health Care Campaign Manager
Organizing for Action
P.S. -- If you've already signed up for coverage through the new health insurance marketplace and don't need to continue receiving information on how to get covered, let us know today and we'll stop sending you enrollment emails.