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Benefits of Secondary Health Insurance | PA Benefit Advisors

Secondary health insurance is a type of policy that is used to cover medical expenses that have not been covered by your primary insurance plan. Typically, a person will have secondary medical insurance by being covered as a dependent under another family member’s plan. Secondary health insurance is usually optional and can provide several benefits … Continued

What Is Comprehensive Medical Insurance? | PA Benefit Advisors

Comprehensive medical plans originated in the 1930s with industrialists Henry Kaiser and Dr. Sidney Garfield. Dr. Garfield, at Kaiser’s request, created a health plan to protect the workers of the Grand Coulee Dam. They expanded the healthcare plan in the 1940s to include Kaisers numerous shipbuilders. By the end of World War II, other employers … Continued

The Average Cost of Health Insurance for Families | PA Benefit Advisors

Family health insurance is a policy that helps cover the cost of medical treatment. It may be used to cover treatment for illnesses, therapy, preventive care, prescription medicines etc. The coverage received depends on the specific policy. There are many types of family health insurance and costs vary for each type. Overall Average Cost According … Continued

Officials Provide New ACA Guidance in FAQ #35 | Pennsylvania Employee Benefits

On December 20, 2016, federal officials released FAQs About Affordable Care Act Implementation Part 35 (FAQ #35) in an ongoing series of informal guidance regarding the Affordable Care Act (ACA). This FAQ addresses several topics: Special enrollment rules. Preventive services. Qualified small employer health reimbursement arrangements. A summary of the key points from FAQ #35 … Continued

Pennsylvania Employment Law Update | PA Employee Benefits

Mandated Health Benefits – Oral Chemotherapy Medication On July 8, 2016, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolfe signed legislation (H.B. 60) regarding health insurance coverage for oral chemotherapy medications. Pursuant to the bill, whenever a health insurance policy provides coverage that includes coverage for intravenously administered or injected chemotherapy medications which have been approved by the U.S. … Continued

How to Make Your Parent a Dependent for Insurance | Duncansville Employee Benefits

By Melanie Jones www.livestrong.com Children may have to become the caregivers of aging parents. These parents may be faced with health issues and altered mental issues as they age. Occasionally, children may have to have their parents enrolled on their insurance plans as a dependent. Parents enrolled on a qualified medical insurance plan will ensure … Continued

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