In this day and age, there is not enough information that you can get in regards to health insurance. You might not only need help to make your own new decisions, but you may also need to solidify what you already know.
As your children age into adults, their health insurance coverage will eventually run out. You need to begin talking to them early (say, in the last two years of college) about their insurance needs so that they understand how the transition will occur. Since many employers are cutting benefits, parents are keeping children on their policies longer and longer, but this gets expensive. Perhaps the best advice is to point out the advantages of full-time employment which will provide them with their own independent health coverage.
To help you find good insurance deals you need to do your research. Make sure that you know the regulations and the laws for the state that you live in when you are looking at purchasing health insurance. Some states may have protection for those who have preexisting conditions but other states may not have this option so be sure to do your homework.
Before re-enrolling with your current health insurance company, check to see if their policies are changing. Some companies are increasing their rates, and if yours is, you will feel it when you re-enroll. Check around with other insurance companies to make sure you are still getting the best deal available.