Affordable Health Insurance: Should I go HMO or PPO?
(September 26, 2007) Life is full of choices. And each brings their many questions. One area that in recent years has opened up to more choices is in choosing a health insurance plan. It is true that in recent years many companies have eliminated or cut back on employer based healthcare insurance plans.
Life Insurance No Laughing Matter
(September 25, 2007) Comedian and ex Saturday Night Live costar Molly Shannon is on tour reminding Americans that not having adequate life insurance coverage is no laughing matter.
Fewer Poor – but more Without Health Insurance According to Census
(September 24, 2007) According to just released census data, poverty has dipped in the United States. That is the good news, the bad news; more Americans are without health insurance. The census bureau report showed that there has been some economic recovery that has lead to the decrease in poverty statistics.
Should I Buy Long Term Care Health Insurance?
(September 21, 2007) It is a good question. When people especially those who are far from retirement age, let alone “old age” – evaluate health insurance needs it is difficult to think about something so distant as long term care insurance.
Health Insurance Companies Improve Technology to Enhance Customer Service
(September 21, 2007) According to a recent study, it was found that over 60 % of consumers who express dissatisfaction with their health insurance carriers’ call center consider switching to another provider of health insurance. A Michigan based group that monitors call center satisfaction conducted the study.
Georgia Lt. Governor Spells Out Some Ideas On Health Insurance Reform
(September 20, 2007) Republican Lt., Governor Casey Cagle recently announced his ideas to lower health insurance rate in Georgia, and get more residents access to affordable healthcare. His proposal opens up healthcare clinics to service the poor, creates a website were residents can compare low-cost health insurance rates, and creates two new state health insurance plan offerings.
Clinton Outlines Plan To Improve Health Care
(September 19, 2007) Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has vowed to improve the nation’s healthcare insurance system. If elected prescient she says she would implement a universal healthcare system that would see all Americans have access to affordable health insurance.
Vendor Provides Health Insurance to Its Farm Customers
(September 18, 2007) Farmers are a breed of business people that rely on forming good relationships with their vendors. Farmers expect their seed company to give the, good seed, provide advice, and keep them abreast of the newest and best products out there to increase crop yields.
Texans Look For Options To Give More Kids Health Insurance
(September 17, 2007) A mother in Texas recently lost access to affordable health insurance for her young twin boys. Not because she lost her job, but because she found one. The young mom who had relied on the state’s health insurance for children program to provide care for her sons for six years, received a better paying job that put her above the income limit to qualify for the program.
Romney’s Nationwide Heath Plan A Departure
(September 17, 2007) Mitt Romney is wooing conservatives as a candidate for the Republican Presidential nominee. He is also one of the architects of the yet to be proven successful Massachusetts health insurance mandate.
Self employed? There Could be More Medical Insurance Options Than You Think
(September 14, 2007) According to the latest U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates there are now close to 20 million home-based businesses in the United States. Though these home-based business can be very different, this growing number of self employed entrepreneurs have one thing in common - the need for affordable medical insurance.
Comprehending Health Insurance Options
(September 13, 2007) How much health insurance do I need, and where do I get it? Shopping for affordable health insurance no doubt raises many questions, but it starts with these two. To the first question the answer is really quite simple: you need as much health insurance as you can reasonably afford.
Online Health Insurance Market Expanding
(September 12, 2007) As the health insurance industry turns increasingly towards consumer driven models, the presence of the health insurance industry online is also increasing. Over the next few years the health and medical insurance industry is expected to steadily increase spending to advertise to online health insurance consumers.
Delaware Lawmakers Propose Health Insurance Reform for College Students
(September 12, 2007) When most young people go of to college they go toting not only their backpacks but their parents’ health insurance coverage along with them. Most healthcare insurance plans cover dependant children who are living outside of the home, even if they are over the age of 18, if they are attending college.
Senate Bill Proposes Affordable Health Insurance For All Californians
(September 11, 2007) I have an uncle who worked his entire life as a textile worker. When he retired he moved to California. Several yeas ago he was diagnosed with prostate cancer. Like many retirees of his generation he was certain that his Medicare and supplemental health insurance that he pays for would cover his medical expenses, which included surgery, a hospital stay and subsequent chemotherapy treatments.
Teachers Fear Losing Heath Insurance Retirement Benefits
(September 10, 2007) First it was the working poor, then it was children and now there may be a new victim in America’s growing healthcare insurance crisis, our teachers. Teachers have traditionally been underpaid and under valued for the important work that they do.
Store Based Clinics offer Low Cost Healthcare Alternative
(September 7, 2007) A new pair of shoes, a trip to the food court, and a treatment for a bladder infection – sound strange? Its not, and as more and more Americans struggle with healthcare costs more and more of them are turning to store based health clinics.
Having Health Insurance No Cure For High Medical Bills
(September 6, 2007) Recently a high-ranking executive of the Kaiser Family Foundation testified before congress that 1/6th of American adults who have private health insurance still have big trouble when it comes to paying their medical bills.
Denied Health Insurance Coverage Don’t Just Take it.
(September 5, 2007) In the recent film “Sicko” Michael Moore points out the tragedies of several Americans who actually had health insurance and yet were denied coverage for treatments by their insurance companies. Recent studies have shown that the experiences of those in the film are far from unique.
Where can I get Good Information about Affordable Health Insurance?
(September 3, 2007) Today with consumers given more power to take control of their health insurance needs, they often find themselves with more questions than answers. If you are reading this article on insurancebudget.com, then you already have taken a step in the right direction.
More Affordable Health Insurance for Georgians
(September 3, 2007) While some have said the current administration and the Republican presidential candidates have yet to say anything of value on health insurance reform, many Republican Governors are doing something for the uninsured and underinsured in their States.