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    Default Hospital Only

    If you were going to purchase a hospital only plan - from whom would you buy?



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    Default How to buy health insurance

    There are different alternatives depending on your situation...is it for yourself, family, any options to pick up through your employer? If you are a small business, sometimes your local Chamber of Commerce will offer medical plans. Otherwise, you should ask around and try to find a trustworthy agent who can provide you with prices and alternatives.
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    Consult a local broker with at least 20 years of experience. He/she should lead you in the right direction.

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    check whether the agent is really an agent for an insurance company because number of theft is taking place daily so beware while you investing money in insurance
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    Generally, if it is in the hospital, you will often find that covered.

    One of the trends I am seeing is instead of catastrophic plans being purchased, some of the "Low cost Health Insurance" plans are considered instead. For just a bit more in premium, additional coverages are provided.

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    most of the health care insurances cover all the emergency and operation cost..
    but some wont offer all. so please check what do they provide and don't.

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    Actually, most carriers don't cover all of the costs (maybe just a matter of semantics here). Generally there is a deductible and additional coinsurance. For example, Pennsylvania Catastrophic Health Insurance plans will pay for most, but not all of your expenses. An HMO (some of them) will do a good job in reducing costs.

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    Different plans provide different options in billing i think.

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    BlueCross and BlueShield offers a hospital surgical plan as an individual family plan in Florida
    that has a $250.00 deductible and gives you unlimited major medical coverage. The health insurance premiums are very low and it has 90/10 co-insurance with a stop loss of $2500.00.

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    They will cover all the expenses related to the operation and other medical expenses, but choose the right company for the better plan.

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