By: Andrew Fazio, medical writerAssociated PressMedical News Today (APMN)Insurance companies are paying attention.
More and more, they’re offering more and more coverage for people with preexisting conditions.
But how do you get the best deal on your health insurance?
For one thing, the insurance companies will pay for the cost of the coverage, usually through premiums or deductibles.
But not every company will provide this.
For some, you’ll have to pay out-of-pocket expenses to cover the cost, and the amount of money you’ll need to pay can vary.
For example, a young adult in her 20s may be eligible for the COBRA-compliant COBSA-approved COBPA-approved plan.
If the plan includes COB-2, it will cover the full cost of COB2.
If it does not, the plan will only cover COB1.
The policy may not have coverage for pre-existing conditions.
You can check out the latest coverage offers from the various insurance carriers and find out which plans are available to you and how much you’ll pay.