What the Sup?

Understanding supplemental and alternative health insurance can be a daunting task. Let us break it down for you.

Health Insurance Lingo: Minimum Essential Coverage

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How essential is minimum essential coverage, exactly? We’ll take you through what it means and how to know whether or not you need it.

What Is an Insurance Claim?

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What is an insurance claim? Let us demystify the process so you can get health care reimbursements with confidence.

What Is a Health Care Proxy?

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Some medical situations leave you without a voice in conversations about your own health. Finding a health care proxy can make sure that doesn’t happen.

Got an HMO or EPO? Here’s Why You Might Want to Add a Supplemental Plan, Too

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Narrow-network plans can be a smart health plan choice, but they may leave some coverage gaps. No need to worry! Supplemental insurance benefits can help.

Confused by Medical Billing Processes and Procedures? Here’s How to Read Your Medical Bills

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If you find yourself buried under confusing medical billing processes and procedures after a trip to the hospital, let this article be your guide.

How Much Can You Save With an FSA?

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A flexible spending account can be a useful tool to save money on health care expenses. But how do you get the most out of your FSA savings?

The Pros and Cons of Buying Supplemental Insurance Through Your Employer

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Should you buy supplemental insurance through employer-sponsored benefits or on your own? Use these pros and cons to decide what’s best for you.

What Is a Catastrophic Health Plan?

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A catastrophic health plan may sound scary, but the benefits are far from it. Here’s how to tell whether this plan is right for you.

What Is an Explanation of Benefits?

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So you recently had an MRI, a cortisone shot or measles vaccination? Within two to six weeks, you’ll likely receive an explanation of benefits (EOB).

3 Types of Insurance You Might Not Know You Need

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Some things you can skip without worry. Insurance is a different story. Here are three different types of health insurance you might not want to miss.