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So many options exist for health care plans – it can be dizzying to navigate. In addition to finding the right coverage and conditions, the plan must fit into your budget and come from a company you can trust.

We are here to help. With all the top insurers waiting to compete for your coverage, Quotetopia identifies and presents options you would likely never have found shopping one-by-one on your own.

When you do not receive health insurance from your employer, you can still obtain an individual health insurance policy to cover you against the same conditions and events. Most people prefer to get health insurance through their employer because part or all of the premium is paid as a benefit to the employee. If that’s not an option for you, it is ever more important to find a policy at the optimal price from a company you can trust.

No. Policy costs, conditions, and benefits vary significantly from policy to policy. The differences stem from ability to choose your healthcare provider, out-of-pocket limits, and how the premium is handled.

Some policies stipulate that the healthcare with the best coverage be obtained from a prescribed list of providers. This plan is called a managed care plan, and may be a PPO, and HMO, or a POS plan.

Alternatively, indemnity plans allow you to select from a much broader array of healthcare providers. However, they typically have no relationship with your provider prior to the first bill which means you will likely have to pay for healthcare up front and be reimbursed later.

Health insurance companies sometime contract with healthcare providers to exchange payments at a pre-specified rate that often includes a discount. You can choose to see one of these “in network” providers and receive the benefit of the discount your insurer negotiated with the provider in the past.

Conversely, if you prefer to see a healthcare provider outside the network, most plans will still cover it, but at a lower rate since there is no pre-negotiated discount in place.

The deductible is one of the costs you will pay out-of-pocket so remember to ask about the deductible and choose one that is affordable for you. Lower deductibles mean that the insurance company pays more in the future, so they will affect the premium some.

Prescription coverage is included in many health insurance plans and affects the premium, so know what you’re getting. Ask about the prescription coverage included in your plan and get a copy of the plans’ formulary, its list of drugs covered and under what terms.

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So many options exist for health care plans – it can be dizzying to navigate. In addition to finding the right coverage and conditions, the plan must fit into your budget and come from a company you can trust.

We are here to help. With all the top insurers waiting to compete for your coverage, Quotetopia identifies and presents options you would likely never have found shopping one-by-one on your own.

What is individual health insurance?

When you do not receive health insurance from your employer, you can still obtain an individual health insurance policy to cover you against the same conditions and events. Most people prefer to get health insurance through their employer because part or all of the premium is paid as a benefit to the employee. If that’s not an option for you, it is ever more important to find a policy at the optimal price from a company you can trust.

Are all health insurance policies the same?

No. Policy costs, conditions, and benefits vary significantly from policy to policy. The differences stem from ability to choose your healthcare provider, out-of-pocket limits, and how the premium is handled.

Some policies stipulate that the healthcare with the best coverage be obtained from a prescribed list of providers. This plan is called a managed care plan, and may be a PPO, and HMO, or a POS plan.

Alternatively, indemnity plans allow you to select from a much broader array of healthcare providers. However, they typically have no relationship with your provider prior to the first bill which means you will likely have to pay for healthcare up front and be reimbursed later.

In network or out of network?

Health insurance companies sometime contract with healthcare providers to exchange payments at a pre-specified rate that often includes a discount. You can choose to see one of these “in network” providers and receive the benefit of the discount your insurer negotiated with the provider in the past.

Conversely, if you prefer to see a healthcare provider outside the network, most plans will still cover it, but at a lower rate since there is no pre-negotiated discount in place.

Consider the deductible.

The deductible is one of the costs you will pay out-of-pocket so remember to ask about the deductible and choose one that is affordable for you. Lower deductibles mean that the insurance company pays more in the future, so they will affect the premium some.

Remember prescription coverage.

Prescription coverage is included in many health insurance plans and affects the premium, so know what you’re getting. Ask about the prescription coverage included in your plan and get a copy of the plans’ formulary, its list of drugs covered and under what terms.

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