The ABC’s of Health Insurance
The ABC’s of Health Insurance
The ABC’s of Health Insurance
The ABC’s of Health Insurance
The ABC’s of Health Insurance
The ABC’s of Health Insurance
The ABC’s of Health Insurance
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The ABC’s of Health Insurance
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The ABC’s of Health Insurance
The ABC’s of Health Insurance
The ABC’s of Health Insurance
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  • There is also a more dangerous cost of being uninsured…
  • According to the Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act (EMTALA), if you’re uninsured, ambulances and hospital emergency rooms must provide emergency medical treatment regardless of your ability to pay . However, uninsured persons may that may not have emergency conditions but possibly threatening, chronic conditions like cancer or heart disease that require attention and costly medical treatments will be less likely to receive it.
  • You may be healthy now, but if you are uninsured and diagnosed with a serious medical condition, you could find that you don’t qualify for coverage when you need it.  The best way to preserve your ability to qualify for coverage is to maintain coverage now
  • Having coverage is no guarantee against bankruptcy, but a good health insurance plan can help limit your exposure to the crippling medical costs that can arise form an unexpected injury or illness
  • If you think your health insurance premiums are expensive, just wait to receive a medical bill without any help from an insurance company…
  • There is also a more dangerous cost of being uninsured.
  • Yes, insurance premiums are costly but it will cost you more in the long run NOT to be insured…
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