Common Questions and Answers about Health insurance broker california
My son and daughter may be looking for healthinsurance after they leave college and are no longer dependents. My daughter has been diagnosed with a bicuspid aortic heart valve. She has a healthy heart and it is working well. With this impact her chances to get health insurance on her own? Will it impact our ability to continue her insurance after the cobra period is over on our insurance?
I am a doctor in a nottingham hospital and recently i received a new patient diagnosed positif for a coronary artery disease. Without healthinsurance this man will die. Unfortunaltly he doesn't have a health insurance. Do you have some recommandation to give on which medical insurer will be the best for him?
I would think that the best bet a person like you has and Amir may know better then I but would be to find a world wide healthinsurance plan with a broker like the medibroker or http://www.nationalinsurancebrokers.com, but the plans that i am aware of would require you to be in the u.s. I think every 6 months on a return visit of some sort and show that you do reside in the u.s.
I hope they can help you a little but, starting a family is a great thing and I hope you have the opportunity.
Hello Everyone! I am so sick of healthinsurance companies its ridiculous!! My only idea of what to do next is go to their office and stomp up and down and scream at them to kiss my A**! I am at wits end... so I was hoping if i posted my insurance dilemma here.. maybe someone else has some insurance knowledge that they could share with me and a more appropriate plan of action than my stomping and screaming approach :) lol
Heres my issue....
District of Columbia
A denial letter from an insurance company for individual insurance coverage (not healthinsurance offered through a job) dated within the past 12 months.
I have my own company in CA, i'm looking into a new group health insurance, does anyone know of a carrier that covers infertility? IUI, IVF ...?
If you work for a company that covers it, can you please let me know the plan you are on?
I don't believe that you will find a health insurance company that will take you on. They consider pregnancy a "pre-existing condition" an will not take you under ther plans. I am seven weeks pregnant and have called many comparable companies and no one will provide a plan.
Your best bet is to either apply for Medicaid if you qualify or find a clinic/hospital that will do a sliding scale payment (match the amount you pay based on your income). Best of luck!
By estimating the overall risk of healthcare expenses, a routine finance structure (such as a monthly premium or annual tax) can be developed, ensuring that money is available to pay for the healthcare benefits specified in the insurance agreement. Affordable healthinsurance plans available from Blue Cross California, Blue Shield, and top healthinsurance carriers. Health insurance quotes are instantly available online for you to review.
My husband is self-employed also, but we were able to get insurance that covered my maternity costs and the well-baby costs also. Please talk to a good insurancebroker about the whole situation. Again, it's cheaper to pay for insurance even if you pay through the nose than to try to cover the medical costs yourself.
I spoke to my InsuranceBroker and they told me to get a detailed report from my Oncologist so the broker could fight it out with the Insurance Company.
I don't have any of the previous Cervical Cancer issues, I am fine I don't have anything but when my oncologist was going to do my pap smear he got this little sort of long brush and stuck it deep inside my cervix then it bled immediatly and for that full day too. Then never again, no bleeding, or pain or what so ever.
The only thing I liked about covered California is it helps you pay for your monthly payment for insurance. Instead of like 450 for insurance we would end up paying 163. But that depends on what company and what insurance you get.
Btw the medical takes a lot longer now to process thanks to the healthcare reform so I say apply on time. It took me 3mos to find out I was denied for medical and now its too late for me to be covered by anything on my due date.
I have been battling a slew of symptoms (fatigue, dizziness, vertigo, mental fogginess, depression, etc.) for over three months now, and after a head CT I was diagnosed with a severe maxillary sinus infection.
"The prices in California, along with those announced in Washington, Vermont and other states, show that premiums under "Obamacare" can be more affordable than had previously been thought. Consumer advocates welcomed the new exchange. "
If California can make it work, any State should be able to.
not diagnosed, but being investigated and that my neuro is highly suspicious that I have MS.
He told me that in terms of an individual (private) disability policy, they would certainly discover my current health situation during the underwriting (discovery) phase prior to issuing a policy.
Anthem said separately it will file a new application for a rate increase with the California Department of Insurance and the Department of Managed Health Care, perhaps as early as next month. It added that any errors in its original application were inadvertent.
"The current application that was withdrawn today (Thursday) was just flawed," Poizner said during a conference call with reporters.
You cannot have private healthinsurance, unless your private healthinsurance plan has a maternity-only deductible or copayment greater than $500 as of your date of application; andWithin the AIM income guidelines: You must have a monthly household income (after income deductions) within AIM income guidelines.
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