Health Insurance

Health Insurance

The definition of Healthcare is the maintenance and improvement of physical and mental health, especially through the provisions of medical services.  This also includes diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disease, illness, injury and other physical and mental impairments in human beings.

While the Healthcare industry is predicated on healing and caring, it is a tough industry.

No one should risk not having Health Insurance.  A couple of days in a hospital can drain almost anyone’s savings.  Healthcare can be expensive, but with a little research, you can find coverage that fits your budget.

Those who are employees can sign on with the Health Insurance provided by your employer.  If you are self employed, or the company you work for does not offer insurance, you can search for your own insurance.

There are several types of insurance coverage, prescription plans and tiered systems.  There is a network and out of network coverage depending on y our chosen plans and providers.

Healthcare Reform refers to the Healthcare law passed in March, 2010.  It is known as the Affordable Care Act or the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, including other regulations and other guidance implementing that law.  This law has and will materially change healthcare law in the United States.  Healthcare reforms include an array of new requirements for individuals, employers, health plans and healthcare providers.

The Health Insurance Marketplace is a resource where individual families and small businesses can learn and compare health coverage options based on costs, benefits, and other important features so they can choose the right plan for themselves and their families.

This can be a daunting and complimented task.  Find a Healthcare Insurance Broker to compare plans and costs for you.  Here at Corporate Planning Consultants, we do it for you.