Ok. So you’ve been shopping for a health insurance plan for your family. You’ve collected quotes, compared plans, and now you’re ready to apply. Your next step to getting health insurance shifts to new questions. Is completing an application fairly simple? Are there steps you can take to improve your chances of getting approved? Is there a way the process can be speeded up? Could you apply for one plan and put other family members on a different plan? Yes, yes, and yes! See below for what to expect when applying for health insurance. For more information and a visual display of the steps, please click private health insurance.
Archive for March, 2012
What do I do if I’ve been denied health insurance? Where can I go? Who will insure me? What are health insurance company’s requirements for someone looking for coverage? Do I qualify for coverage if I have a preexisting condition? If I’ve been denied for health insurance before, will I be denied again? All of these questions go through most shoppers’ minds as they begin the process of looking for insurance. Look no further; you will find all the answers to these questions by the time you have completed reading this little article. For information about your other options for medical coverage, click What to Do if Your Health Insurance is Denied.
By Thomas Cazneau
There are two options available when looking for Kaiser Permanente medical coverage. These options are individual health insurance and small group health insurance. Sometimes it is difficult to know which type of policy would be right for you. Below are some helpful tips to help you decide.
With terms like “deductible”, “HMO”, and “HSA”, choosing a health insurance plan can seem like trying to learn a new language. Below I will focus on defining the basic features between Kaiser Permanente HMO vs HSA plans for individuals and families. For more details on what to look for in a Kaiser Permanente HMO or HSA Deductible plan, click Compare Health Insurance.
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