Your employer owns the policy, you don't. Your coverage may last until the end of month, or may end on the last day of your employment. If you employer has more than 20 employees you should be eligible for Cobra. You will get paper work in the mail to apply, however Cobra is going to be expensive.
An individual policy, if you are eligible, will cost significantly less. Call a local agent for a quote, and assistance in applying.
As with any job, the job description of a medical insurance specialist is determined by the organization for which you work.
Trying to get a job in the medical field and trying to find upgraded knowledge on how they verify medical insurance and authorizations?
Yes but you need to move to France
No, if you quit your job, you are no longer eligible for unemployment insurance benefits.
Healthcare services and medical insurance plans are very expensive.
No. not if you quit. For one to collect UI, they must have been laid off by the employer. The UI office will verify the information with the employer. If you voluntarily quit, you are not eligible for unemployment insurance.
You can leave your job if you are hurt at your job. But you will not get wc they will only pay for your medical needs
There are times in which you can quit and still be eligible. See "Denial of Benefits -1.Voluntary Quit and Discharge" in the Related Link below.
Probably not. Since you made a choice to leave your job, it is unlikely that you qualify for unemployment insurance.
You are still responsible for their insurance, when you get another job that has it available. If there is no insurance right now, most of the time you would be responsible for half of any medical bills that are acquired while they were uninsured.
Some states consider family medical needs in determining eligibility for benefits. Your disabled child might qualify for Supplemental Security Income.
Generally insurance starts anywhere from 30 to 90 days.
Yes California will pay you unemployment benefits if you quit your job to relocate with a spouse in order to preserve your marriage and keep in tact
I believe any time you quit a job your not allowed unemployment, that's why it may be better to keep the job you have and look for another or work two jobs.
No, unemployment insurance is paid when you involuntarily quit a job.
COBRA insurance is for people who had medical insurance under their job and then just lost their job. You have to opt into it if your job offers that ability. You have to pay a larger premium to use the insurance. Everything you need is on; http://www.dol.gov/dol/topic/health-plans/cobra.htm
to quit a job u go back to your work place press enter and then quit job
No, according to the Related Link below, you are totally disqualified if you quit to follow your spouse to move.
No. The insurance only covers people who lose work because of something beyond their control such as mass layoff or "restructuring". If you quit or are fired for substandard work, you are not eligible.
You Can't quit a job.
You can call your job and tell them that you quit.