Whether you’re healthy, trying to become healthy or suffering a healthcare challenge, it takes a detailed plan and tracking of your progress on things like what you’re eating, what you’re doing for exercise, tracking your medications and even vitamins and, if you’re unwell, just following your doctor’s recommendations. We consider your health insurance policy an important part of your overall health plan. But you’re not alone if you can’t wade through the small print and understand your health insurance policy and coverage. We all juggle so much to balance work, play and family – understanding the details of your health insurance coverage is one more thing that often falls by the way.
And it’s not simply the time it takes to comprehend the scope of your coverage, there’s all the paperwork and complicated language to get through.
We at Amazing Healthcare Consultants have the time and the knowledge to handle this for you.
We understand that not all health insurance policies are the same. Each health plan has different co-pays, deductibles, covered services, exclusions and out-of-pocket maximums. If you already feel lost somewhere in the terminology and the inner workings of your health insurance policy don’t worry, we are familiar with the ins and outs of this business and we will do our best to make sure you understand it too.
The more familiar you are with your health insurance, the more value you can get for your healthcare dollars.
As your personal healthcare advocate, we can review your health insurance plan and clarify its rules and limitations so you can better understand what is covered and what is not. We can also compare your medical and hospital bills with your plan’s explanation of benefits (“EOB”) statements to make sure you are receiving all due benefits.
And we can determine the actual cost of services you may need considering policy deductibles, co-pays and out-of-pocket costs. The more you know, the better you can plan.
Insurance, leave that to us.
As your personal health insurance advocate, we will:
Review your health insurance plan and clarify its rules and limitations so that you better understand what is covered and what is not.
Determine the cost of services taking into account deductibles, co-pays, in or out of network and out of pocket costs.
Organize and compare your medical and/or hospital bills with your plan’s explanation of benefit statements to make sure you are receiving all eligible benefits.