Choice Enrollment Blog
Group health insurance is insurance that covers a defined group of people, like for example, the members of a society or professional association, or the employees of a particular employer. There are many ways to get group health insurance through organizations or associations. Therefore, anyone is eligible to purchase this kind of insurance even if you are self-employed or don’t work in any company that offers group health insurance.
You might be relieved after getting health insurance. Finally, you’re done with deciding and choosing the right plan for you. But it doesn’t just end there. There are things that you need to do to ensure your plan is going on the right track. Health insurance is a form of investment. So make use of its benefits!
Your major medical plan could leave you responsible for as much as $6600 or more out-of-pocket expenses in the case of a serious accident or illness. Gap insurance offers options to complement your health plan in the event of a covered illness or accident. Accident and critical illness benefits allow you to focus on your number one priority—getting better. Gap Insurance provides a lump sum payment for covered illnesses and accidents that is paid directly to you, and can be used for anything you choose, including: