Individual Health Insurance
Promoting health and guarding against illness—
selecting the best approach for proactive care.
It’s an often overwhelming process—finding the best care for your specific health needs while trying to select the most cost-effective option. We do this for a living…let us do the hard work! We have access to many reputable carriers; we know the prices, and the differences in choosing one provider over another. We have successfully matched individuals with insurance to protect their health for over 25 years. Our clients love that we advocate for them on coverage and claims questions and we’d love to do the same for you.
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After sitting down, discussing your goals, and asking a few preliminary health questions — we have two initial jobs. First, we conduct a Needs Analysis to determine what a beneficiary would need for income if something were to happen to you. We then look at the Human Life Value, which takes into consideration your income, tax rate, current insurance owned, and how many years until retirement. We are happy to discuss insurance needs independently, but encourage clients to consider them within the complete context of retirement planning and college funding so that we can maximize the efficiency of service and potential of complimentary products.
How to estimate your total cost of care.
When choosing a plan, it’s a good idea to think about your total health care costs, not just the bill (the “premium”) you pay to your insurance company every month. Other amounts, sometimes called “out-of-pocket” costs, have a big impact on your total spending on health care – sometimes more than the premium itself.
Everyone needs an ounce of prevention.
Recommended guidelines for preventative screenings are continually changing according to the latest study information. While your primary care physician should be up-to-date with this information, sometimes healthy individuals miss these important proactive health care steps if they have not been in for a recent care visit.