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Health Insurance Debates Are Interesting, But Not Always Fruitful

Any time you have ever been involved in a debate over the Health Reform Act, you come away feeling confused and frustrated. While everyone seems to have ideas, no one knows how to go about making any difference in the long-term — even in light of the passage of the Health Reform Act. Not saying much, is it?

We all know the current health system just isn’t cutting it and something has to give some time soon. Is the answer making sure everyone has an e-medical file? Is the answer making everyone buy insurance or else they face a fine? What do you think?

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Posted on Tuesday, December 18th, 2012. Filed under Health Insurance.

Health Insurance Rules Change Continually

You just get used to one way of doing things with your health insurance and suddenly it changes – again. It’s hard trying to keep up with all the changes let alone try and make sense of them. Frustrating, isn’t it?

Confusion in the world of health insurance isn’t too surprising. It was a bit of a mess before the Health Reform Act was passed and now, well it’s still a mess. Although there may be more changes coming next year to the health care system that will make a significant difference to Americans, no one seems to know what those will be.

In the meantime, it would be nice if the big insurance companies just talked to one another and worked together for the good of the people they insure, instead of jealously guarding their financial success.

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Posted on Tuesday, December 11th, 2012. Filed under Health Insurance.

Health insurance is optional, right?

Well, some people think health insurance is optional – those who are young and healthy and active and fit think they are immune to accidents, disease and death. They’re not. Sickness doesn’t discriminate when it comes to choosing a hapless victim. Those with health insurance have their bills partially paid and can still carry on with their lives and not be in financial distress.

Those without health insurance are faced with a bill big enough to buy a house and have no way to pay it. Their options are slim to none and many find themselves facing medical bankruptcy. Even if you are working, your salary won’t cover the bills. Dismal thought isn’t it? However, that is the reality we live in today. Having health insurance will bail you out of some really right spots. Buying it now will save you money. Waiting until you’re forced to buy it in 2014 may cost you more. Act now.

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Posted on Saturday, December 1st, 2012. Filed under Health Insurance.