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Medical Insurance - Health Insurance Coverage & Plans Explained by Carrie Reeder
If you're trying to decide between health insurance plans, you'll find that there are several different kinds from which to choose. It's important that you weigh all your options carefully. Your health insurance, even with an employer contribution to the cost, is very likely to be your largest regular monthly expense other than your rent or mortgage. The plan you choose needs to be more than affordable. It will affect your family's choices in doctors and health care as long as you are a member of that health insurance plan.
How to Get Low Cost Indiana Health Insurance by Brian Stevens
You may think that low cost Indiana health insurance is a thing of the past, but it's not. Here's how to get low cost Indiana health insurance with a government program or with a private insurance company. You have four options for low cost health insurance in Indiana. They are...
Arizona State Health Insurance by Eric Morris
The rising costs of health care in Arizona have compelled a record number of individuals and business owners to seek the best Arizona State health insurance coverage for themselves, their families, and employees. You, too, can protect yourself and people you care about by applying for specially funded Arizona State health insurance, geared specifically for uninsured small businesses and children.
Uninsured American Children by Louise Norris
There are currently 9 million uninsured children in the US. Census data shows that 70% of those children live in a home where at least one parent works full-time. The same data indicates that about two thirds of these children would qualify for government-sponsored health insurance if the parents were to apply for it. Uninsured people are far more likely to go without essential medical care, including vaccinations and treatments for potentially fatal illnesses. This is especially sad when children are involved, because they are so dependant on their parents and the social organizations that are set up to help them.
COBRA Alternatives For Unemployment Health Insurance by Marilyn Katz
COBRA is not health insurance, as some people think. It is a law that protects some terminated employees. It provides an extension of group health insurance for several months after employment is terminated. All companies do not have to offer the extension though.
Vista Health Care Florida Health Insurance Company Review by James J. Robinson
Vista Health Care Company provides health benefits to its over 300,000 individual members and over 10,000 large and small business group plan members. The company employs over 950 employees, all of whom assist Vista in meeting its mission to provide health coverage that offers the best overall value for their customers.
Individual Health Insurance vs. Group Health Insurance by Joel Ohman
Individual health insurance is very different from group health insurance in some respects. Many people have had group health insurance from a large corporate group plan and that is all that they have ever known. Many have never had to actually pick and choose between different insurance companies and different health plans as all of the decision making was done on their behalf by their employer. Here are a few quick things to keep in minding when searching for individual health insurance.
Self Employed Health Insurance Coverage by Kent Pinkerton
Your self-employed business could be a one-man show, a husband and wife team or one that employs a handful of people. In the first two cases, an individual policy or a family health insurance plan may be recommended unless you belong to a relevant organization.
Where to Get Cheap Emergency Medical Insurance by Brian Stevens
When you're planning the trip of a lifetime, the last thing you want to think about is getting injured or ill while on your trip. However, accidents and injuries happen, and you need emergency medical insurance to help you get the best care possible while far away from home.
Understanding HMO, PPO and FFS Health Insurance Plans by Kay Lowe
Health insurance is offered in various forms today. Traditionally, health insurance plans were indemnity plans; the insured paid a premium, the physician provided health care services, the health insurance plan was billed, and the health insurance plan paid for covered services. As health care costs became astronomical, health insurance companies developed different plans that were aimed at providing quality health care at affordable prices. Managed health care became the buzzword for the health insurance industry, and health insurance plans became more complicated.
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