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Tips for Purchasing Student Health Insurance
(December 24, 2007) Student health insurance is a protection that many kids going off to college don’t think about. Most of them have never had to deal with insurance or insurance related issues (as those were likely dealt with by their parents), so it is likely to slip their mind – especially with all of the other excitement surrounding them.
Tips for Finding Short-Term Health Insurance
(December 20, 2007) Short-term health insurance plans are intended to be a temporary backup plan to regular health insurance and can be taken out for one month or up to 12 months. These plans are much cheaper than regular insurance and are easier for applicants to receive, but they are also very restrictive in what they will and will not cover.
Tips for Finding Group Health Insurance
(December 18, 2007) Group health insurance is a great way for you to give your employees a benefit that they will appreciate. In today’s world of high health care costs, where small businesses usually don’t offer this benefit and even large employer are beginning to scale back their programs, this is a benefit that employees know not to take for granted.
Tips for Finding Family Health Insurance
(December 11, 2007) Family Health Insurance may require many more considerations than if you were to look for health insurance for yourself alone. Families, especially young ones, tend to grow and change quickly – and you don′t want to have to find a new health insurance plan every time that happens.
Tips for Finding Travel Health Insurance
(December 10, 2007) Travel insurance is there to protect you while you travel, usually internationally when your current health plan will likely not cover you. Travel insurance is for emergencies that you may encounter while travelling and some plans even include extras, like evacuation services and lost luggage.
Tips for Finding HMO Health Insurance
(December 7, 2007) So you know that you want to choose an HMO plan in order to keep your costs down, but now what? What else do you need to think about before joining one of these plans? There are many things that you should consider before deciding on any health insurance plan, but an HMO has some special considerations.
Out-of-Pocket Maximums Explained
(December 4, 2007) One issue that some people may not realize about health insurance is that there is a thing called an out-of-pocket maximum. For those who end up facing extreme, extensive, and costly medical bills, these maximums can become a lifesaver and are yet another reason why having a health insurance policy will protect your financial well-being.
Travel Health Insurance
(December 3, 2007) Have you ever wondered what you would do if you got hurt or fell ill while out of the country? If you haven’t, you should. Most traditional health insurance plans won’t cover medical bills from outside of the U.S, so it is important that you fill this gap whenever you are traveling internationally.
Tips for Finding Maternity Health Insurance Coverage
(November 30, 2007) Pregnancy can be a very exciting time in a couples lives; however, it can also be a complicated time when dealing with medical insurance. Many health insurance companies are very particular about what they will and will not cover during a pregnancy, since this is a very expensive event.
Implementing a Wellness Program to Promote a Healthy Lifestyle
(November 29, 2007) In today’s fast-paced fast food world, it is hard to find the time to do things the way that we should do them. We try to take shortcuts to make everything quicker, from using a Swiffer instead of a bucket and mop, to shopping online instead of going to a retail location, or even grabbing fast food for dinner instead of making a home cooked meal. Sadly this impatience and need for convenience is putting the health of our nation at risk, as more than 60% of Americans are considered overweight and over 30% are obese.
Let Short-Term Health Insurance Fill the ‘Gaps’ in Your Life
(November 28, 2007) Who can benefit from short-term health insurance? The answer is almost anyone … at least at some point in their life. Short-term health insurance is sometimes known as “gap” insurance because it helps to fills in the health insurance gaps that many of us experience throughout life.
The importance of health insurance for those fighting cancer
(November 27, 2007) Fighting a life-threatening illness is a challenge for anyone. But, for those who are battling for their lives without health insurance, the problems are compounded: Many uninsured Americans diagnosed with cancer either must use all of their savings, if they have any, or go without necessary treatment that could save their lives.