If you’re an employer sponsoring a group health plan or an insured covered under your employer’s plan, it’s important to learn about Medicare Part D.
Coverage for prescription drugs became available in 2006 for everyone with Medicare. This is referred to as Medicare Part D. If you’re about to become Medicare eligible (the first of the month you turn age 65) and are still covered under your employer's health plan, you need to know some details about your plan’s prescription drug coverage in order to decide what to do about Medicare Part D.
If you’re like a lot of employers, your group health benefit plan is up for renewal in the fall. Have you considered what you might do if the increase in premiums is more than you can afford?
It never hurts to shop around. Just make sure you’re not focusing only on price. An inexpensive plan might cost you and your employees more in the long run. Here are a few questions you should ask your broker about your plan options.
For the minor health issues in life, seeing your doctor virtually is rapidly becoming the favored way for someone to seek immediate help any time – day or night.
And these days, skipping the waiting room and connecting with your doctor via a video chat is one way many health care providers are trying to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
So, how does a virtual doctor’s office visit (commonly known as telemedicine) work?
The benefits covered under a doctor’s office visit copay vary widely among health plans.
Compare Allied National’s Funding Advantage office visit benefit to the competition and you’ll quickly discover that our benefit plans are unique.
Allied’s health plan copays cover almost anything that happens during the visit up to a certain dollar amount. Many health plans only cover the actual doctor exam or visit under the copay.
So, what's a copay?
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