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At Insurance Warehouse, we offer a range of health insurance options designed to meet your specific needs. Whether you’re seeking flexibility in choosing healthcare providers or prefer a more cost-effective approach, we have you covered. Below are some of the Health Insurance plans that we offer.
A Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) is a type of health plan that uses a network of providers such as doctors, specialists and hospitals. Generally, referrals are not required and you may be able to get care outside of the network, usually at higher costs.
Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs) are health providers that may require a referral from a primary care doctor to see specialists or other providers. Since an HMO is usually an in-network plan, an insured individual may not be able to get care outside of the plan’s network.
A fee for service plan (typically Medicare) means that an insured party may receive health care from any provider, as long as that doctor or facility agrees with the plan’s terms and conditions for payment. An insured party with a Fee For Service Plan may be subject to getting the balance of the bill not paid by the insurance plan.
A Point of Service plan is generally an HMO that allows an insured party to seek care from doctors or specialists without a referral. In some cases, an insured party may be able to receive care from outside the plan’s network.
Supplemental Health Plans are generally policies purchased from an insurance company to cover a variety of different occurrences such as:
At Insurance Warehouse, we believe that good health extends beyond medical coverage, and that’s why we offer comprehensive Dental, Vision, and Prescription Drug Insurance. Below are some of the Health Insurance types that we offer.
Dental insurance may vary from company to company. However most dental plans offer coverage for cleanings and basic services, such as non surgical extraction or a filling. Some dental plans cover major services such as coverage for crowns, root canal, oral surgery, etc. Dental plans may be offered as an HMO or a PPO. Some employers may offer dental coverage along with health insurance and vision coverage as a package. Most dental plans offer a yearly limit of coverage such as $1000, $1500 or $2500 and plans may or may not to cover orthodontics (braces).
Prescription drug coverage is vital in health insurance, helping individuals afford medications. Options include standalone prescription drug plans (PDP) and Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug (MAPD) plans. They cover generic and brand-name drugs with negotiated discounts and lower copayments. Formularies categorize drugs into tiers, and some plans require prior authorization or step therapy. Preferred pharmacies and mail order services offer convenience and potential savings. Understanding coverage during the Medicare Part D gap is important. Evaluate options, review formularies, and consider cost-saving opportunities to effectively manage medication expenses and ensure access to needed treatments.
Vision Insurance offers coverage for eye exams or coverage (or allowances) for eyeglasses or contact lenses. There are certain plans called Flexible Spending Accounts that allow you to save pre-tax money into an account to pay for dental or vision expenses. FSAs are usually allowed with employer or group insurance plans.
Being an independent Insurance agency, we receive related questions daily. Here are some of our most frequently asked questions about Health Insurance.
Traditional or individual insurance are plans offered by private insurance companies. The premiums are usually paid by an individual directly to the insurance company. Group insurance offers an employee health insurance at a reduced rate for the employee. Bear in mind that group policies may not offer the family members of the employee the same reduced rates. Usually, an employee has to pay the normal price to include dependent children or their spouse on an employer-sponsored health plan.
Any “credible” health plan has to cover pre-existing conditions per the Affordable Care Act. A credible health plan is a health plan that does not exclude pre-existing conditions or imposes a maximum amount of coverage (i.e. $1 million of health care coverage). Credible plans must also cover preventive screenings, such as annual physical exams, mammograms, vaccinations, etc.
A copay (copayment) is a fixed fee that is paid by the insurance provider. Copays help reduce medical costs for those who are insured, like the cost of a doctor’s visit or medication. Copays are paid at the time of the medical service, like during a doctor visit or when you get your medicine. Some plans don’t provide copays, while others use copays in addition to deductibles and coinsurance.
Coinsurance is a percentage of medical cost that you pay after you’ve met your deductible. The general concept of coinsurance is that the insured individual and the insurance carrier shares the cost of the service or medication. Typically, If one hasn’t paid his deductible yet, he would pay the full cost until his deductible has been reached. When reading one’s coinsurance percentage, a higher coinsurance percentage means a higher share of the service cost that one must pay. The insured individual is also responsible for any additional charges that the insurance company’s plan doesn’t cover or share.
A deductible is a yearly total amount that an insured individual must pay before the insurance company shares the cost for covered services or medications. The amount you pay depends on the type of plan that you choose, but in-network services typically have lower deductibles than out-of-network services.
When choosing a deductible amount, it is best to consider the chances of your needing to use the insurance plan. If the plan is more likely to be used, a lower deductible and a higher premium might be best. On the other hand, if the plan is not expected to be used, a higher deductible and lower premium might be best.
Health insurance offered through the Health Insurance Marketplace is also called Obamacare. The “Marketplace” offers health coverage to individuals and families, often at a reduced rate, typically lower than buying a plan directly from an insurer. The difference is that eligibility for financial assistance may depend on various factors such as age, income, and geographic location. Insurance is usually offered until an individual turns 65 years old. After age 65, in most cases, an individual is no longer eligible for an individual health insurance plan. There are certain circumstances where an individual 65 or older may be able to stay with an individual plan, such as employer or group insurance. Click here if you’d like to visit our Healthcare Marketplace page.
Insurance Warehouse provides other types of medical insurance, like retirement and long-term care needs. Disability income, Hospital cash plans, cancer policies, and even accidental plans are available.
We provide care for small businesses, middle-income families and individuals in Monticello, Georgia. With one insurance agent providing care for your special needs, for your family, and for your business, leaves you with more time to spend on what matters most to you.
Our insurance agency personally speaks with our clients to understand their needs and provide tailored guidance and solutions. Even though choosing health insurance plans can be difficult, we make it easy
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