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 with a health insurance broker can help you compare health insurance policies as well as help you understand what you are buying.

Underpaying

Many clients often go straight for the lowest costing option without considering other plan choices. This is understandable as everyone likes saving money and nobody likes overpaying. Although, choosing the lowest costing option could leave you with a significant amount of cost sharing. There are many non-qualified policies that you can purchase for a fraction of qualified plans. Although inexpensive, these plans can leave you with hundreds of thousands, if not millions, in medical expenses from a catastrophic situation. As with any product, you get what you pay for and insurance is no exception to this. Even purchasing the lowest costing qualified plan can result in paying more money during the year. You could save more by purchasing a better policy with a copay for a regular service instead of having the service subject to the deductible on a lower end plan.

Overpaying

There are times when we compare health insurance Nevada plans and the client asks for the best one they can buy. These plans will have the lowest cost sharing when receiving medical services. Although, you may not need a plan with such rich benefits. Unless you are routinely receiving a variety of medical services, you may want to scale back the plan to avoid over-insuring yourself. This will help save on your monthly cost while still getting a plan to cover your needs. It is important to understand that all qualified policies will protect you financially in a catastrophic event.

If you are interested in learning more on what may be the best policy for you, then please call our office. We do not charge fees for our services. Also, you will pay the same amount for the plan if you went to the insurance company directly. Our office can generate free individual, Medicare, and group health insurance quotes.