If you have Blue Cross insurance at your work and your doctor is at the Mayo Clinic, your insurance covers your doctor in network. If you leave your job and get individual coverage with Blue Cross it will not pay in network. You will go from a small co-pay to a large out of network co-insurance. If you want to go to the Mayo Clinic and have individual insurance, Assurant has plans with different network available, so you can
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Mayo Clinic is one of the Highest rated Hospital groups in the United States, but did you know that there are few individual plan options contracted with them offering coverage In Network? You may ask yourself with this means to you, simply enough, insurance plans that are not contracted with Mayo Clinic will have much higher out of pocket expenses, typically only a 50% coverage and a balance bill.
Midterm elections are seven months away, but we're already seeing political ads targeting the Affordable Care Act and legislators who supported it. Americans for Prosperity, an organization that opposes the ACA, is running one such ad in a number of state
Love it or hate it the Affordable Care Act is here to stay. While there are plenty of positives and negatives, I believe everyone can agree on the following being good parts of the law.
1. Coverage is now Guaranteed Issue. Your previous health history and pre-existing conditions will no longer keep you from being able to get coverage.
Under a Nevada law that took effect in January, any insurer that sells individual health plans outside the state's health insurance exchange has to offer those plans year round. To discourage people from waiting until they get sick to buy a plan, insurers can require a waiting period of up to 90 days for coverage to take effect.
Interesting article on about the the amount of Insured Americans on Time.com
The rate of uninsured Americans dropped to 15.6 percent in the first quarter of 2014, its lowest point since late 2008, Gallup reports.
After Open Enrollment, you can enroll in private coverage through the Marketplace only if you have a Qualifying Life Event. These Special Enrollment periods will provide you the opportunity to find a plan to suit your needs, even if you missed out on the Open Enrollment deadlines.
Here are some Examples of these Qualifying Life Events: