Medicare Supplement Plans, or Medigap, work with Original Medicare to lower out-of-pocket costs.
Looking for an alternative to Original Medicare? Medicare Advantage Plans offer coverage identical to Original Medicare with added benefits.
Prescription Drug Plans, or Medicare Part D, covers medically necessary medication — something not covered by Original Medicare.
Hospital Indemnity Insurance helps provide additional financial support when you need it the most.
Want dental insurance with no waiting period? Proper dental care can be an important component of our well-being.
At its most basic level, vision insurance helps cover the cost of routine eye exams, contact lenses, and glasses.
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Limited Medical Plans is supplemental insurance that pays you fixed benefits to help with every day medical expenses. You can use its benefits alone or in addition to your primary insurance to give you extra help with those unavoidable out-of-pocket expenses.
Association health plan (AHP) is a type of group medical insurance for employers that allows smaller companies (as well as freelancers and the self-employed) to access the health insurance savings associated with large group medical coverage.
Faith-based plans (also known as healthcare sharing plans) are designed to accomplish the same fundamental goals as traditional health insurance.
Short-term health insurance is a type of health plan that can provide you with temporary medical coverage when you are between health plans, outside enrollment periods, and need some coverage in case of an emergency.
Our Critical Illness Protection Plan is insurance that pays a lump-sum cash benefit directly to a covered employee after a diagnosis of a critical illness. The amount of the cash benefit is based on the condition, covered expenses, and treatments covered by the employee’s plan.
Proper dental care can be an important component of our well being. As with all insurance-related decisions, there are multiple facets that you must consider before purchasing coverage for yourself, family, business, or your employees.
There are many types of plans to consider, such as a PPO (Preferred Provider Organizations), HMO (Health Maintenance Organization), dental indemnity insurance plans, and discount dental plans.
Similar to medical insurance plans, dental insurance policies are often categorized as either indemnity or managed-care plans. The major differences are concentrated around out-of-pocket costs, choice of dental care providers, and how bills are paid.
Typically, indemnity coverage offers a broader selection of dental care providers than managed-care policies. With an indemnity policy, the carrier pays for covered services only after it receives a bill, which means that you may have to pay up front and then obtain reimbursement from your insurance carrier.
Usually, managed-care policies maintain their own dental provider networks. Dentists participating in a network agree to perform services for patients at pre-negotiated rates and usually will submit the claim to the dental insurance company for you.
Understanding what is covered by your dental insurance can be challenging. Coverage differs from policy to policy and from provider to provider. Read the fine print of your policy or agreement to find out what your dental insurance covers. In general, basic dental insurance coverage includes three categories:
Preventive and diagnostic dental care
Almost all dental plans and dental insurance policies cover basic dental costs that are meant to prevent dental problems. For the policyholder that means, most plans cover a large part or all the dental costs associated with basic services such as cleaning, checkups, and other dental procedures meant to prevent tooth and gum disease. This coverage is important because it encourages people to seek regular dental care, which can prevent more complicated and costly problems.
Basic dental care and dental procedures
Most dental plans and dental insurance also cover basic dental procedures such as fillings, tooth extractions, fixing chipped teeth, and other such basic procedures. However, basic dental care varies from one provider to another. In general, since providers cover a significant portion of basic dental care, it makes sense to select a dental care insurance provider that covers as many dental care basics and procedures as possible.
Major dental care
While not all dental insurance plans cover major dental care, some do cover at least a portion of these costs. Major dental care can include procedures such as dental surgery, orthodontics, denture work, and other large, expensive dental procedures. If you will require major dental care at some point in the future you may wish to look for a provider willing to pay for as large a percentage of this type of care as possible.
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