Where is the Caribbean?
The Caribbean is located near the American continents, southeast of the Gulf of Mexico and Northern America, east of Central America and north of South America. Is a group of many islands divided in two groups (Greater Antilles and Lesser Antilles). The biggest island in the Caribbean is Cuba.
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Answer . Why not? You just have to pay for it.
There are numerous reasons why individuals take out healthinsurance. They are by and large looking for significant serenity -the security of knowing they can become acquainted… with the rightlevel of consideration and treatment they oblige while beingmonetarily ensured. Key advantages of health insurance you can havechoice of surgeon/doctor and choice of hospital etc
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no Generally, insurance payouts are non-taxable. More information is needed to answer specifically.
In general, yes. However, the prospective insured must meet the underwriting guidelines of the insurer. Therefore, depending upon the state of health of the prospective insure…d, he/she may have difficulty obtaining health coverage. Naturally, the individual must have sufficient funds with which to pay the premium.
Answer Schoolteachers in Texas pooled their resources and started Blue Cross to pay for bills at Baylor University Hospital.
no it's not bad it just costs alot! serriously get HEALTH INSURANCE! if you dont just a stupid cold witha doc visit will be 566$
It is a form of accident and health insurance, but it is supplemental in nature. That is, it does not provide primary benefits that are tied, for example, to the amount of a m…edical expense. Instead, it pays a fixed daily amount if a covered occurrence renders one unable to work, hospitalized, or some other risk specified in the policy. Aflac is available to individuals to purchase on their own, but it is often offered by employers to employees during periods of "open enrollment" for group major medical coverage. Even in those instances, the employee pays the entire premium for the coverage, which supplements and stands separately from any other coverage that the employee has.
Lets say, one fine morning, you wake up and realize that you are having a pain in your chest and it might be a heart attack. You are the only earning member of the family and …your wife is a house wife and your kids are in school. You don't have lakhs of money in your bank to pay for your heart treatment. What would your family do without you? Without the treatment they will be left to fend for themselves without a job and for the treatment you need a few lakhs of rupees which you don't have either. You need the treatment because, its a matter of life and death and your family needs you because they depend on you. What do we do here? "Health Insurance" is the answer my friend. If you had insured yourself, all this confusion could have been averted. You'd have got your treatment at a good hospital without having to shell out this lakhs of rupees and your family is relieved and happy that you are safe..
Under our current United States law, it is not mandatory for individuals to carry health insurance. I don't think it's a smart idea to not have health insurance, but it's just… not affordable for some people.
Health Insurance plans cover those who purchase plans or coverages. So the premium payer and beneficiaries are the people who are covered. The premium buyers can be individual…s, families, self-employed people and businesses. There are people who get limited policies because they have pre-existing conditions or really risky conditions such as renal failure or multiple sclerosis. Some people choose to purchase health maintenance organization coverage instead of an insurance plan. The HMO clinics and hospital treat their plan members themselves rather that developing policies that pay other medical providers. In places like Canada, Sweden and the UK where they have socialized medicine the citizens are covered by the government medical system. Some choose to purchase private insurance so they can get faster and better care in those nations.
Your health insurance will help you financially whenever you get admitted into hospital. It will take care of your all medical bills.
It depends on a lot of factors, Try this site where you can compare quotes from different companies: fastinsurancequotes.info
To contact your health insurance call the number located on theback of your insurance card. You can also find phone numbers in thewhite pages.
The health insurance contracts are legal documents that bind thetwo parties that sign it.