More and more companies are offering employee health insurance to their full time workers. Furthermore, the individual and family market has limited options for health care. These individual market plans also have very high premiums and are paid with post tax dollars. Because of this, people are shopping for jobs that offer employee health insurance… Read More


Are you planning a trip outside of the country soon and need help with coverage? Fortunately, buying an international travel insurance plan is easy to and cost effective. These plans will help cover you while traveling in different countries or while on a cruise ship. Some major medical policies will give you limited coverage. Because… Read More


The Affordable Care Act was implemented in January 2014. Since then, rates have steadily increased each year making major medical policies very expensive. Not everyone qualifies for government subsidies which ¬†forces them to spend thousands of dollars each year in premiums. Because of this, consumers are looking for alternate insurance options to help reduce insurance… Read More


People who qualify for Medicare at 65 have multiple options. One of the options is called Part C Medicare Advantage. These plans for the most part include Part D drug coverage within the policy. The other type of policy is called Medigap. Medigap plans are also known as a Medicare Supplement plans. Medigap plans can… Read More


Compare Health Insurance Plans When choosing a health insurance plan, it is important to balance your needs with the monthly premium. Premium and cost sharing are the two expenses to consider when purchasing a plan to cover medical services. With so many choices and benefits, it can be difficult to make the correct decision. Speaking… Read More


Reno Doctors If you recently purchased a Reno health insurance policy during open enrollment, you will want to ensure you go to doctors that are contracted with your insurance. Although there may be many Reno doctors in your area, they may not all be covered. Ensuring the doctors that you do see are contracted, will… Read More


Nevada Health Insurance Plans Open enrollment for health insurance Nevada policies is now over for the upcoming 2019 year. Fortunately, in Nevada, this does not mean that you cannot still get a plan. Unlike other states, Nevada has a 90-day waiting period for individuals that want to enroll mid-year. Although, you can avoid this waiting… Read More


The Max Out of Pocket Benefit Open enrollment is now over for the 2018 year. If you recently purchased a health insurance Nevada policy, you may be wondering what the max out of pocket benefit is and why it is the most important number on the page. There are many other benefits that consumers might… Read More


Open Enrollment for Individuals and Families started on November 1st and ended on December 15th. If you missed the deadline and live in Nevada, you can still enroll in health insurance after Open Enrollment. Most states require consumers to have a Qualifying Life Event to enroll in health insurance mid year. Nevada allows people to… Read More


BBB Hometown Health Plan The Better Business Bureau will be teaming up with Hometown Health to provide new association health plans to small businesses in Northern Nevada. Due to changes and reforms made in Washington, small businesses in Nevada have seen many new association groups. This comes after Hometown announced the BANN association insurance group… Read More