Let's Talk about Supplemental Health Insurance
There are two types of Supplemental Health Insurance
1. Medicare Supplemental Health Insurance - which is intended to pay for Medicare approved medical expenses which are not paid by Original Medicare.
2. Indemnity Supplemental Health Insurance - which pays a specific dollar amount when certain medical services are required. For example - they might pay $500 a day for every day you are confined to the hospital, or pay $1000 upon a diagnosis of cancer or heart attack. The Indemnity Supplemental Policy can be used to supplement an ACA (also called an Obama Care Policy) or a Medical Advantage Plan. There are numerous plans and benefits available, so we can customize an Indemnity Supplemental Policy to fit your particular health risks and budget.
Enclosing Links to some Indemnity Supplemental Plans
Remember - These plans supplement your Major Medical Insurance or Medicare.
A good strategy - Combine a High Deductible Health Plan with a Supplemental Plan.