Knowing where you stand when it comes to affordable health insurance doesn’t have to stress you out. Here at HealthQuoteInfo we’re working hard to make sure we can provide you all the information you need to make healthy and informed decisions about your health insurance. We are your go-to source for all your health insurance questions and concerns. If you’re curious about the changing healthcare system in the United States or just want to make sure you’re getting the best health insurance deal, feel free to contact us.
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We are your source information for COBRA and Obamacare/ACA healthcare plans. COBRA is a federal act that ensured healthcare insurance protection for individuals who have lost their insurance coverage because of unemployment or other circumstances. [wpex more=”Read more” less=”Read less”]COBRA insures individuals in qualifying circumstances and enables them to continue being covered by their health insurance for a period of time. COBRA allows people the chance to continue being protected by their health insurance while they apply for new jobs, obtain a new health insurance policy, or deal with those extenuating life circumstances. Contact us today to learn more about COBRA, if you qualify, and what you can do in case of changes in your health insurance.[/wpex]
Not So Confusing After all
Obamacare, or the Affordable Care Act, was put in place so that everyone could be protected by a health insurance policy. Under this system a health insurance marketplace has been set up where people can choose a policy that best fits them. Income levels are taken into consideration [wpex more=”Read more” less=”Read less”]as is location, pre-existing conditions, and existing health insurance qualifications from employers or as a dependent. Obamacare/ACA caused a lot of confusion in the media, but again- Obamacare/ACA is just as easy to understand as COBRA. If you are ready to learn more, please call us today for more information and learn more about the possibilities for your health insurance under the new and current Federal regulations.