Cheap health insurance is not only useful to the insurer but also to his/her family. Usually, it covers adequate in-patient and out-patient services. Some policies cover an individual and some covers their entire family. For different health conditions, different policies are designed to fulfill your expectations.
Monday, July 8, 2013
Positive. It may be a pink plus sign or the word “pregnant” materializing on a digital stick. A positive pregnancy test is both exhilarating and frightening at the same time. For pregnant women who do not have health insurance, the emotion brought on by said plus sign (or digital wording) tends to lean much further toward the frightening end of the spectrum. The average vaginal hospital birth ranges between $5000-$10000, according to the March of Dimes. A C-Section adds about $2000 to the cost. Complications, including prematurity, can cause costs to soar to levels which would bankrupt most out-of-pocket payers.
Finding quality health insurance as a single mom can seem like an impossible task. What already is a serious challenge for anyone is further complicated by having to finance coverage with just one source of income.
One can hardly blame single moms for wanting to give up the fight and go without however the fact remains that your child or children rely on your daily support and not having health coverage
If you are sponsoring a senior citizen who is immigrating to the United States, you may already know that obtaining health insurance coverage for them can be a challenge. Medicare does not become available to senior citizen immigrants, even if they are of qualifying age, until they have been in the country legally for at least five years. Even when they do qualify for Medicare in five years they will still have to pay for it, (unless they choose to become a U.S. citizen at that point
Did you know that we already have free health care here in America? I'm not talking about the Obama Health care plan, no, before the Obama Health Care plan existed we had and still have a system called “Charity Care”. If you are sick and make below a certain amount of money you qualify for what is called “Charity Care”. According to Alex Jones, illegal aliens use this service on a regular basis and that is one of the reasons why the system is so tapped out (but that is another story).
Saturday, June 29, 2013
Medical insurance in this day and age is a must-have but with the skyrocketing unemployment rates and the out-of-sight costs of medical procedures and prescription medicines, what can we do as consumers?
Getting medical insurance can feel like going into a maze. You don’t know which way to turn and you don’t see a way out without forking out more money than you have to spend.
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