Health Insurance Costs in
Consider these facts about health insurance in
- New Yorkers pay 26% more for health care than the national average.
- From 2000 to 2006, health insurance premiums in
rose five times faster than earnings. New York
- Family Health Plus is a public health insurance program that provides
comprehensive coverage for uninsured adults who don't qualify for Medicaid.
- Child Health Plus provides similar coverage for children.
- The Healthy NY program helps small business owners provide employees with affordable health insurance.
To find out if you're eligible for any of these programs, go to the New York Department of Health website - health.state.ny.us - and click on "Health Insurance Programs" under "Site Contents" on the right side of the page.
If you aren't eligible for any of these programs, you can find the cheapest rate on individual or family health insurance by going to an insurance comparison website. Insurance comparison websites let you easily obtain quotes from multiple A-rated insurance companies so you can compare them and choose the cheapest one.
The best insurance comparison websites let you talk online with insurance professionals so you can get answers to all your insurance questions and get advice on how to lower your insurance costs. (See link below.)
When you choose an insurance company, you want to choose a company that will be reliable and provide you with excellent service. So before you make a final decision, check the New York Consumer Guide to Health Insurers webpage, which ranks insurance companies based on complaint statistics and enrollee satisfaction surveys. Then you'll be confident that you have the cheapest premium with the best company.
Visit http://www.LowerRateQuotes.com/health-insurance.html or click on the following link to get
by Brian Stevens