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Telehealth: Revolutionizing Healthcare Access
Telehealth: Revolutionizing Healthcare Access

Traveling to a doctor’s office and waiting for hours to be seen for a relatively simple issue can be exhausting. According to a study in the American Journal of Managed Care, people spend an average of 121 minutes total each time they seek medical care. Only 20...

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5 Preventative Services Your Health Insurance Should Cover
5 Preventative Services Your Health Insurance Should Cover

Preventative care is one of the most vital sets of healthcare services an insurance company can offer. It improves our quality of life, decreasing the risk for disabilities, diseases, and even death. It also keeps us aware of how healthy we are, and any lifestyle changes we may need to make as we encounter health concerns.

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The Different Types of Insurance You Need
The Different Types of Insurance You Need

Every single one of us has insurance. Insurance protects individuals’ health and property from financial loss, so this is not a choice they want to make lightly. Many of us don’t know what kind of insurance we need and how it may differ from others. Insurance for an individual help creates a more secure environment to live in. Your insurance options are numerous and should be researched.

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How Reference-Based Pricing Is Re-Shaping the Health Insurance Market
How Reference-Based Pricing Is Re-Shaping the Health Insurance Market

According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, health insurance spending in the United States in 2021 was the highest it has ever been. The overall costs ranged from $7,739 for individuals and $22,221 for families. As inflation continues to hit the healthcare market, these costs are expected to rise another 6.5% in 2022.

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Can You Have More Than One Life Insurance Policy?
Can You Have More Than One Life Insurance Policy?

You may be wondering if you can have more than one life insurance policy. The answer is yes; one can have multiple life insurance policies. However, there are some things you need to consider before you decide to purchase another policy. This blog post will discuss the pros and cons of having multiple life insurance policies. It will also help one determine if it is the right decision for them and their family.

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How to Obtain Your Insurance Reports
How to Obtain Your Insurance Reports

An insurance report is a term for an insurance policyholder’s information to an insurance company. It refers to the facts and circumstances, good or bad, of what has happened in a person’s life within specific periods. The report helps an insurer decide if it will issue you a policy or not and what level of coverage it should provide. An insurance company may need specific information to process your claim in some cases.

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Buying Life Insurance With No Medical Exam
Buying Life Insurance With No Medical Exam

Since most life insurance policies require a medical exam to be considered, it’s no surprise that the carriers won’t offer coverage without more information about you. Aside from a physical, a comprehensive health check is usually required to qualify. What is a "No...

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Preferred Provider Organization Explained
Preferred Provider Organization Explained

If one is looking for health insurance, they may have come across the term “PPO.” But what does it mean? A Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) is a type of health insurance plan that gives you more flexibility than other types of plans.

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Having Medicaid and Private Insurance
Having Medicaid and Private Insurance

It can be confusing trying to figure out if you are eligible for Medicaid and whether or not you can have private insurance as well. Many people assume that they cannot have both, but this is not always the case. In this article, we will break down things you need to...

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