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Supplemental Health Insurance
Supplemental health insurance plans are health care plans that cover anything above and beyond the minimum medical coverage your health insurance plan may or may not provide. Since all insurance plans are slightly different, you may choose to look at supplemental insurance.
Family and individual supplemental health plans can provide the added medical coverage you needs for Dental, Vision, Prescription, Critical Illness, Hospital Confinement, and Accident issues that you may face unexpectedly. Supplemental insurance for individuals and families may also be purchased to contribute to paying the costs not covered by the basic health insurance plan, such as co-insurance, co-pays and deductibles. It all depends on the type of supplemental health insurance plan you and your family requires.
Access to affordable prescription coverage is just as important as the ability to choose your own doctor. Many of our health insurance plans include prescription coverage. Make sure to ask your agent what prescription coverage is best for you and your family.
A health benefit that partially covers vision care, like eye exams and glasses. All plans in the Health Insurance Marketplace include vision coverage for children. To shop for stand-alone vision coverage ask your insurance agent or broker today.
For some, full coverage dental insurance means a dental plan that covers essential services like routine checkups, cleaning, and X-rays. There are different levels of coverage, some will cover surgeries and some will not. Make sure to ask your agent today what plan will best fit your needs.
Critical Illness coverage is an insurance product in which the insurer is contracted to typically make a lump sum cash payment if the policyholder is diagnosed with one of the specific illnesses on a predetermined list as part of an insurance policy.
If you’re admitted to the hospital for a covered accident or sickness, hospital indemnity insurance plans provide benefits that can help pay for hospital expenses that aren’t covered by your health insurance.
Cash benefits paid directly to you, not your doctor or hospital, for accident-related hospital stays. This popular form of supplemental insurance for individuals and families gives peace of mind as we go through life. Ask your agent today how you can get Accident Direct coverage.
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