Jeff Janosick - Health Insurance Blog

2018 Health Insurance Alternatives In 2018, health insurance will be more expensive than ever … There are options. Plan Type Are pre-existing conditions covered? Will this option result in a fine on your tax return? Link to quote or more info Traditional Health Insurance Yes No Click here to get a quote Short-term Health Insurance No Yes Click here to get a quote Minimum Essential Coverage Yes Waiting period may apply No Click here to get a quote Healthcare Ministries Yes Waiting period may apply No Click here to...
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Since the inception of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), consumers have seen increasing deductibles, higher out of pocket maximums and extremely high premiums. They are calling “uncle” and are looking for alternatives to the ACA. But what alternatives are available that will not cause an individual to pay a penalty for not having minimal essential coverage? The answer is Health Share Ministry Plans.   So what are Health Share Ministries and how do their plans compare to other health insurance plans?  A Health Share Ministry is an organization that facilitates sharing of healthcare costs between individual members who have common ethi...
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Will your health insurance company offer health insurance in 2017? Many health insurance companies are choosing not to offer health insurance in many markets in 2017**.  To get a quote for all plans in your area, click this link.     Which company's will still offer coverage in 2017?  Get a quote! Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield (Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Missouri, select areas of Wisconsin) Molina (Ohio, Wisconsin, Florida) Cigna (Select areas of Missouri) Humana HMOx (on exchange via Marketplace) in very few select markets of Kentucky, Florida, and Ohio Humana PPO (off-exchange/off-Marketplace) in ...
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2018 Medicare Open Enrollment Period Checklist FACTS TO KNOW FIRST #1 – Good News! Your Medigap (Medicare Supplement) Policy is NOT changing The Annual Election Period that runs from October 15 – December 7 each year does NOT affect your Medigap policy (Medicare Supplement) benefits. Your Medigap benefits are not changing so unless you want to shop for lower premiums, you do not need to make any changes to Medigap.   By Jeff Janosick Medicare Health Insurance Agent This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 800-750-6530 #2 – Part D Drug plans & Medicare Advantage plans DO change These plans have to renew their contr...
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