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According to U.S. News and World Report, Americans spent $32.6 billion1 on oncology drugs and $11.1 billion1 on supportive care treatments for cancer in 2014. And according to the CDC Foundation, over one million heart attacks and strokes each year in America significantly add to the more than $320 billion in healthcare costs2 each year…… Continue reading Critical Illness Coverage: Helping with Treatment Costs of Life-Changing Health Events and Illnesses
With both single and family premium costs on the rise, traditional healthcare coverage may be becoming more and more out of reach, especially for families. Click the title above to learn more.
When faced with high deductibles, high copays, and high premiums, it can be difficult for your clients to afford medical coverage that addresses their health concerns. Limited medical plans offer economical options that can help do just that for your clients who are: Anticipating rising medical expenses for a variety of health conditions Unable to…… Continue reading Redefine Your Portfolio Focus with Limited Benefits Medical Insurance
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What is short-term medical coverage? Short-term medical coverage is a type of health insurance designed to help bridge gaps in your clients’ health coverage for a specific period of time, typically anywhere from 30-364 days. These temporary plans can offer: Flexibility in length of coverage and in cost Variety of deductible and coinsurance options Low…… Continue reading STM Sales 101: Grow Your Portfolio Options Today
In the ever-changing health insurance market, consumers recognize that change is constant. Costs for care and coverage are on the rise, some major carriers have reduced their plan options or left the ACA exchange completely, and the battle for ACA reform still wages on.
But there’s one important factor that will remain unchanged: the need for affordable coverage options.
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