Provides for the cost of long-term care beyond a predetermined period. Long-term care insurance covers care generally not covered by health insurance, Medicare, or Medicaid.
Also referred to as Medicare Part B. Part B is optional, but a monthly premium is required in order to receive this coverage. It is offered to all beneficiaries when they enroll in Part A. Medicare medical insurance helps to pay for physician services and many other medical services and supplies that are not covered by Medicare Part A.
Pays for more than just basic hospital coverage. In addition to hospital room charges, it will pay for drugs used, bandages, X-rays, physician fees, and other charges that are incurred while in the hospital.
Provides insurance coverage for prescription drugs. If you join a Medicare Part D prescription drug plan, there will be a monthly premium ranging from only a few dollars to over $100 , depending on the benefits of your Part D plan and your state.
Provides health coverage for individuals and families when a temporary need arises, ie: between jobs, college graduate, in lieu of COBRA (if no pre-existing conditions), or coverage during waiting period on new employer’s plan.
Provides benefits that are paid directly to the policyholder for expenses due to an illness or accident. Benefits are predetermined and paid regardless of any other health insurance.
Pays benefits in the event that the policyholder becomes incapable of working.
Provides extra protection and financial security for you and your family.
Good dental health can lead to better overall health. Affordable dental plans pay cash benefits for checkups and treatments for you and your family.
No one expects an accident or critical illness. Be prepared!