Almost each and everyone one of us has something to lose. For many it's many things. For some it's wealth, for others, it's fame. But the one thing that's common for most is family. Our loved ones. In many ways, they are the ones who make us who we are. It's truly sad that many of us don't realize the importance of those around us until it's too late. The high medical costs of these days can also prove to be much more doleful in unfortunate circumstances.
In these modern times, therefore, it is vitally important to have a good health insurance plan. “HealthCare.gov” provides the users to sign up for the Health Insurance Marketplace where different insurance plans can be easily compared. The plans are stated very clearly at the marketplace making sure that they can be easily comprehended by all. Users can choose the plan which they feel is best for them pretty much effortlessly.
Families are also eligible for tax credits. This is very useful as it helps to decrease the cost of their premiums. All the plans that are present at the marketplace of HealthCare.gov, cover a basic set of vital benefits. These benefits include maternity, newborn care, emergency care, mental health services, doctor visits etc. The insurers are also always protected against discrimination of any kind because of their sex or any preexisting condition. This, obviously, ensures that it would simply be illegal to charge the women more, simply due to their gender or to deny them coverage. The people at healthcare believe it to be vitally important to protect the rights of women first and foremost.
The Marketplace offers to be a one stop place for coverage that is affordable and reliable. Moreover, the marketplace also has a 24/7 customer call center with especially trained people that can provide the answers to the customers in more than 150 languages!
Here we share a few facts and figures to show just how the health insurance policies have been helping people throughout the world over the years. In 2011 and 2012, almost 27 million women with health insurance received expanded preventive services with no cost sharing at all. From mammograms to well’ child visits, from flu to prenatal care to cervical cancer screenings. Women benefitted in every possible way thanks to the Health Coverage programs showing how delightfully fruitful some early planning and investment can prove to be. Similarly, more than 25 million women are enrolled in Medicare and are receiving preventive services without any cost sharing.
It really is a pity how so many people don't know much about all the easily accessible insurance plans that are available now. Even for those who do, many don't realize the importance of them and young adults especially do not tend to make health insurance a priority. Thus, I urge the readers to help spread the word among their friends, colleagues and relatives. The affordable care act promises so much and we can help fulfill its enormously benefitting potential.