Do you understand your medical insurance coverage? When you go to the doctor, do you know what will be covered and what you will be expected to pay out of pocket? If there was to be a medical emergency, do you have to go to one hospital, or can you choose the hospital that you go to? On my website, you will get a few tips that can help you read your medical insurance policy information and actually understand what it is saying. I will break down the terminology and assist you in understanding what you can expect when you go to the doctor's office, the pharmacy and the hospital.
Shopping around for health insurance is not exactly fun, in most cases. But it does not have to be confusing, either. One way to make shopping for health insurance easier is to review some important terminology beforehand. Understanding these terms will help you make more sense of what you read, which will enable you to compare plans more effectively.
With any type of insurance, a deductible is the amount that you have to pay, out of pocket, before your insurance will kick in. [Read More]
If you are the adult son or daughter of a Medicare-aged adult, they may be turning to you for some help on what plan to choose. There are several reasons why helping them to sign up for Medicare supplement plans may be the best way to go, however, there are a few things you should consider before making that choice. Before talking about that though, learn a bit more on supplemental plans here. [Read More]