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Health insurance agents know their stuff

Knowledge means knowing things like the local hospitals, who pays claims and who doesn’t, which ones have problems and which ones don’t; stuff that you really need to know before you buy a health insurance policy. Wouldn’t you rather have someone in your area telling you these “need-to-know” things, rather than someone in another state guessing what you may or may not need?

Personal service is hard to come by these days in the online insurance world and when you do find it, it might be just what the doctor ordered. Personal service from a competent health insurance agent is worth its weight in gold and it’s FREE. You could even call it priceless.

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Posted on Tuesday, September 28th, 2010. Filed under Health Insurance.

Health insurance quotes from 10,000 agents

With so many uninsured Americans today it makes sense to offer reasonable health insurance quotes to change their minds.

That may sound like a tall order, convincing uninsured Americans to consider health insurance, but it is possible, if health insurance can be provided at reasonable prices. The good news is that health insurance quotes are available online, in real time, from over 10,000 agents who know their stuff.

Thanks to a the partnership of and you can get instant online health care insurance quotes that your wallet can actually afford. It’s tough to be without health insurance these days. Too many things can and often do go wrong.

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Posted on Friday, September 24th, 2010. Filed under Health Insurance.

Health insurance plans are vital for everyone

You likely know you need health insurance and have even gone so far as to check out prices, but at the last minute decided you couldn’t swing it financially. You might want to rethink that idea. Here is why: if you get ill or into an accident and you need medical care – perhaps a hospital stay and maybe even therapy to learn to walk again – who is going to pay your medical bills if you don’t have health insurance? If you said no one, because you would have to pay for it, then where will you find the money?

Medical bills aren’t noted for being reasonable or cheap. If you get an enormous bill and have no insurance, you have very few options open to you. You could get a second mortgage your house, if the bank will let you; clean out your savings, if you have any; sell your business, if you have one; or go bankrupt. Not nice options, but what do you do? You wanted to save money on health insurance and instead, wound up owing a whole pile of money you can’t possibly pay back. In other words, nothing was gained but not having health insurance, but a whole lot was lost. Think hard before you skip on the option to buy health insurance.

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Posted on Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010. Filed under Health Insurance.

Health insurance pricing competitive online

If you need health insurance, and really, who doesn’t these days, you will find the best prices online. This is because online companies are competing for your business and they don’t want to turn you away. This puts you in control of what you get in a health insurance policy. Most online insurance companies will bend over backwards to get you as a customer and are very willing to listen to your concerns and make deals. That, of course, is a huge advantage for you. So, take advantage of the competitive market and find a policy you can afford.

One other word of advice is this: just because you got a good price this time when you bought a policy, does not mean you will get the same price come renewal time. This is where you have to watch the company and search for what others are charging to see if you are still getting a fair price. If you’re not, you can go with another company who will give you a deal. While it may seem a bit like a merry-go-round changing companies every year it they hike their prices, it’s your money, your health and your choice. Go for it.

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Posted on Monday, September 20th, 2010. Filed under Health Insurance.

Affordable health insurance is out there

If you have a good idea of what you are looking for, affordable health insurance is fairly easy to find. You just need to know where to look and what you need. The interesting thing is that if you have a job, most of the coverage they offer includes things you will never use. If you don’t use it, you don’t need it. If the plan at work includes coverage for cosmetic surgery and you will never do anything like that, then you don’t need that option – but you are still paying for it.

Don’t want something in your policy? Then look for one that covers just what you need; the basics. This depends on your health history and what you want in the long term. If you don’t need things like home care or skilled nursing, don’t get a policy that provides that kind of coverage. In addition, if you only see a doctor maybe twice a year, don’t take many medications and are relatively healthy, basic coverage will work for you and is less expensive. However, if you and your doctor see each other at least once a week, a basic policy won’t work. You should pay for what you need in terms of health insurance, and it’s as simple as that.

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Posted on Tuesday, September 14th, 2010. Filed under Health Insurance.

Don’t select health insurance quotes based on price alone

You might be wondering why you wouldn’t want to choose a health insurance plan based on its price. After all, it’s a way to save money. While that may be true, if the policy doesn’t cover you for what you need, it’s a waste of money because if you ever need it to cover something and it doesn’t – you pay out of your pocket. What is the point in that? Better you spend a bit more to have a policy that does take care of your needs.

Affordable and cheap, when you’re looking for a health insurance policy, are two words you don’t want to see in the same sentence. Remember the old saying: “You get what you pay for?” In this case, you’d not get what you didn’t pay for, meaning cheap coverage will not take care of what you think it will, so buyer beware.

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Posted on Monday, September 13th, 2010. Filed under Health Insurance.

Health insurance has to be affordable or else you won’t get it

So many people feel that they won’t buy health insurance if they have to pay too much for it and that they could save that money for something else. You could save the money, but what happens if you get injured or become ill and need medical care? Where are the savings then? Without insurance, you would be paying for care out of your own pocket and health care costs are outrageous today. But what do you do if you need the care? You bite the bullet, get the care, worry about how to pay the bill and wonder why on earth you didn’t get health insurance, which would have substantially cut the costs of your treatment. Hindsight is a wonderful thing.

You can never really pay enough for health insurance. If you don’t have health insurance and wind up in a medical mess and can’t pay the bills, you could lose not only your house, but your business as well. There may be no other way to handle the expense. Medical bankruptcies are at an all-time high. Do you want to be one of them? If the answer is no, get health insurance, because accidents do happen, to everyone.

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Posted on Thursday, September 9th, 2010. Filed under Health Insurance.

Affordable health insurance quotes for individuals are possible

If you’re self-employed, your best option for affordable health insurance is to form a group of like-minded business people and apply for group health insurance. It could save you hundreds – if not thousands – of dollars, and end up being a brilliant move. Failing that, you will need individual health insurance that offers you coverage for hospital stays, doctor’s office visits, etc. Just keep in mind that the premiums you pay are directly related to your age and pre-existing health conditions.

Since you can’t lie about your age without offering proof, and the same observation goes for lying about your health conditions, just be upfront about them. The whole truth has a way of coming out later anyway when you try to file a claim that may be denied because the policy was issued on incorrect information. This isn’t a great situation to be in and it could also mean your health insurance is revoked, and that won’t do you any good at all. Tell the truth and things will be fine.

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Posted on Wednesday, September 8th, 2010. Filed under Health Insurance.

Health insurance quotes may be affected by where you live

What does where you live have to do with affordable health insurance quotes? While you might not think about this, if you live in a rural area of America, you likely don’t have very good access to hospitals. In fact, you may find the only the one close to you to be inadequate, and another could be too many miles away to be much good. If you have limited access to hospital care, this may affect the pricing on your health insurance policy. Make sure to ask your insurance agent about this.
Ideally, what you want to do is get a health insurance plan that will cover you for any doctor or any hospital. This may be more expensive, which is why you want to have this discussion with an expert health insurance agent.

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Posted on Monday, September 6th, 2010. Filed under Health Insurance.

The affordable health insurance quotes list made easy

What on earth do you look for when you get online to find affordable health insurance quotes? Some of the more standard things people search for are prices within a range they have set for premiums according to their budget, what health issues they currently face, whether or not anyone else in the house has major health issues, where they live (rural versus the city), their age and whether they smoke or not. There are more things you could search for, but the list would be too long. Start with the obvious and work from there.

Once the list is as complete as it’s going to get, start surfing online. Just remember, if you are in your twenties or thirties, you will be looking for a different type of policy, with different things in it, as opposed to an older person who may need more services for health issues than you do. Also – keep this one thought in the back of your mind – while you may be healthy right now, this does always stay an immutable thing. Think ahead to what may happen and buy a policy accordingly.

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Posted on Friday, September 3rd, 2010. Filed under Health Insurance.