Business Health InsuranceWhether you're a small or large business owner, securing health benefits for you and your workers is always something worth exploring. Not only will you end up with great coverage, but you'll have an easier time attracting employees.
Catastrophic PlansFor those of us who can't afford coverage with all of the bells and whistles that include wellness benefits, copays, and more small perks, catastrophic plans can be the ideal fit, providing you with adequate coverage in the event of a serious medical issue.
Coverage for ChildrenAs parents, we all need to ensure reliable coverage for children. From small colds and flus to injuries and even the serious things we never want to think about, no child should go without health care.
DeductiblesIf you've ever reviewed a health insurance policy, you've surely seen the word mentioned. Deductibles will not only determine your initial outlay before coverage kicks in, but they can have a profound impact on the price of your health insurance.
Dental InsuranceWhile health insurance should always be our primary concern, some of us like to opt for dental insurance plans as well to ensure that we're covered in the event of a root canal, fillings, and other unforeseen procedures.
Diabetes CareIf you suffer from the disease that's affecting more and more people, here are some tips on how to care for yourself.
Getting Quotes OnlineRun a search for health insurance, and you're bound to see dozens of offers for free quotes. You'll immediately have instant access to all kinds of potential plans and price points that allow you to customize your benefits.
Government Health InsuranceFor those of us with less fortunate financial situations, government health insurance programs can guarantee financial assistance on medical expenses. We'll look at Medicare, Medicaid, and more programs that provide aid.
Group Health InsuranceIf you have a job that offers group health insurance benefits, it'll be hard to say no to them. If you're an employer looking to arrange for a plan, you'll want to do all that you can to offer these.
Health Care Industry AnalysisThe health care industry is rapidly changing, with reform measures constantly proposed and debated on Capitol Hill. How can this all affect you?
Health Insurance by StateAs you probably know, health insurance options will vary by state, and different laws allow for different providers and provisions depending upon where you live. We'll try to cover as many states as we can here.
Health Insurance CompaniesFrom Blue Cross and Blue Shield to Aetna, Cigna, United Healthcare and others, we'll take a look at some of the more well known companies offering policies in the space.
Maternity Health InsuranceExpecting a baby? You obviously won't want to go uninsured during this time, but not all plans offer maternity coverage to cover office visits and the childbirth process. Fortunately, some do.
MedicaidA government sponsored program that is truly a savior to many.
Medical BillsHow can you manage doctor and hospital bills responsibly?
PPOsWhat are PPOs and how do they differ from HMOs? We'll explore all of the essential facts here.
Prescription DrugsAs the field of medicine advances, prescription drugs have become more readily available to treat a huge range of conditions. Unfortunately, the costs can add up too. We'll look at some savings strategies and more.
Selecting a DoctorHow can you choose the best physician and what qualities should you look for?
Senior CareAll of our senior citizens deserve the best medical attention possible. Here are some ways to ensure that you get yours.
Student Health InsuranceWhether you're a college student, grad school, or at any other level of your education, some schools will offer special policies just for students. Your options don't end there though.
Supplemental PlansWhile medical insurance policies can offer great coverage, they won't cover just everything. Depending upon your situation, there may be some supplemental plans worthy of consideration to fill the gaps.
Temporary Health InsuranceWhether you're in between jobs, unemployed, traveling, or anything else, temporary health insurance will shield you from life's unexpected medical (and financial) disasters.