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What is Major Medical Health Insurance?

Insurance for big medical events is considered major medical insurance. Generally, it’s for people who either don’t go to the doctor often or aren’t concerned about paying for minor health care expenses out-of-pocket if they come up. How does Catastrophic Health Insurance work? Such major medical events could include: Heart Attack Cancer Trauma Hospitalization Surgery And More Major Medical Health plans are simple to use. You pay health care expenses until the deductible is met. Then, insurance starts to pay your covered medical bills. For example, let’s say you purchase a catastrophic health plan. You rarely visit the doctor and can pay for routine medical bills, such as an ear infection or blood pressure check. Your coinsurance is 20%, which means after the deductible is met, you pay 20% of covered medical bills and we pay 80%. However, an unexpected accident occurs, requiring surgery, an extended hospital stay and rehabilitation. These services can cost thousands of dollars and are likely much more than your deductible.

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Need more information on Major Medical Plans?  Contact Fred Stoor and he can help guide you!

Individual Major Medical Plans

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Choosing a health plan can be a very complicated process. “Am I paying too much?” “Do I have enough coverage?” “Am I in a good network?” Fred Stoor is there to help you every step of the way!”
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What is Major Medical Health

Insurance?

Insurance for big medical events is considered major medical insurance. Generally, it’s for people who either don’t go to the doctor often or aren’t concerned about paying for minor health care expenses out-of-pocket if they come up. How does Catastrophic Health Insurance work? Such major medical events could include: Heart Attack Cancer Trauma Hospitalization Surgery And More Major Medical Health plans are simple to use. You pay health care expenses until the deductible is met. Then, insurance starts to pay your covered medical bills. For example, let’s say you purchase a catastrophic health plan. You rarely visit the doctor and can pay for routine medical bills, such as an ear infection or blood pressure check. Your coinsurance is 20%, which means after the deductible is met, you pay 20% of covered medical bills and we pay 80%. However, an unexpected accident occurs, requiring surgery, an extended hospital stay and rehabilitation. These services can cost thousands of dollars and are likely much more than your deductible.

Contact Fred Stoor for More

Information

Need more information on Major Medical Plans?  Contact Fred Stoor and he can help guide you!

Individual Major Medical Plans

Fred Stoor Inc .com