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Medicare Quick Reference Guide 2020 - For Informational purposes only

Medicare Quick Reference Guide 2020 - For Informational purposes only

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Did You Lose Your Job and Health Coverage? You've Got Options.

Written by: Alice Stevens | Best Company Editorial Team Original article source here Last Updated: May 1st, 2020 Topics:HEALTH INSURANCE GUIDES Record numbers of people have filed for unemployment due to COVID-19-related closures. If you're one of these people, know you're not alone. If you lost your health insurance coverage when you were la...

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Chicagoland Insurance Agent achieves nation-wide recognition for helping consumers with qualified health coverage

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Video Webinar: Health Insurance Options for Small Businesses and the Self-Employed

Video: Health Insurance Options for Small Businesses and the Self-Employed Small businesses feel trapped with health insurance today. Options can appear to be limited. There may be more than you think available to you. Maybe you are trying to break-free from your employer to go self-employed but health insurance is holding you back. There ar...

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Covid-19 Virus: Health insurance options; a conversation with the specialist

Covid-19 Virus: Health insurance options; a conversation with the specialist

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Business owners are more confused about healthcare than ever

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Small employer options to evaluate small groups

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Health Insurance Math Problem, Not a Benefits Problem

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You are the patient, not the customer

Healthcare is personal. When we start seeing the doctor, it is about us, or what is inside of us. These are things we do not go telling the public. Over time we build this relationship with the doctor. There is a comfort zone when it comes to our doctors. The unfortunate thing is, this relationship is one-sided. You are only a good relationship, as long...

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Why is Obamacare Still Here?

Since its inception, the Affordable Care Act has taken its share of hits. Multiple trips to the Supreme Court, not for profit Co-ops failing, for-profit insurance carriers leaving the marketplace, attempts to repeal the law in bits an pieces, and it is still here! Some counties when the rates are filed in the coming months will find that they have no insura...

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Health insurance as an open credit card

Unfortunately, many see health insurance as an open credit card. People demand things that they think should be covered and have access to whichever provider they so choose. Requiring to go to the most expensive hospital system because someone else is paying the bill would be entirely different if it came out of your pocket. The truth is, it does cost you ...

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Overusing your health insurance

When reviewing health plans and evaluating cost, keep in mind health insurance wasn't designed to cover every penny related to health care. Everything under the sun on an open credit card is nice, but not when you are paying the bill. But you are. The purpose of insurance is to cover sudden very expensive losses. It's about making you whole again and not...

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Non-Obamacare Short Term Health Plans On The Rise

American’s are looking for lower cost alternatives when it comes to their healthcare needs. Those who do not need a huge demand for medical services to be covered have other options. Even those with some medical requirements on a monthly or quarterly basis are ok with little less coverage if they are saving enough on premiums. The good news is alter...

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Health Insurance: The race against the clock

There is still time for Congress to pick up the pieces of changing the healthcare system to help stabilize it. The fate of the Affordable Care Act is yet to be determined. In the meantime, people wait while paying extremely high premiums and have mountains of out-of-pocket bills on the kitchen table. Where is the affordability of the Affordable Care Act? ...

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Advisor TV: S6:E4 BUTCH ZEMAR, BENEFITS ADVISOR,

Employers are feeling it every day that health insurance premiums are skyrocketing out of control. They are duplicating their efforts and finding out as they move along they have pitfalls that are eating up their bottom line. Employers have options dealing with healthcare for their employees. Staying ahead of the trend will help save them money and time wh...

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Health care billing issues: Sudden and Expensive

Photo credits: creditcards.com Insurance is designed for sudden expensive exposure that most of us cannot afford. If you look at those words again: sudden and expensive. It does not spell out the predictable and affordable. For years though, we had someone with the bigger purse paying the bills. Most of us had very little to pay out-of-pocket for any of...

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Aetna- CVS Merger a Win for Consumers

On December 3, 2017 it was announced that CVS pharmacy would purchase Aetna for an estimated $69 billion. This could become a move that changes the way healthcare is delivered in the United States. First, let me say that we must distinguish the difference between health insurance and health care. The two are often used synonymously. Health care is the tr...

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Trump Changes Healthcare with Executive Order

Last week President Trump signed an executive order on health care, to cause momentum to change with the Affordable Care Act. Taking this action increases healthcare choices for millions of Americans. Having alternatives to Obamacare plans will help make things more affordable. How does that impact you? Let’s review the changes. The order directs ...

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Video: strategize and save money on health insurance in 2018

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Video: What to do for 2018 health insurance plans

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