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Affordable Arizona Group Health Insurance

You can find affordable Arizona group health insurance through your employer, as well as through an organization or association to which you belong.

There are nine basic kinds of Arizona group health insurance, and most affordable Arizona group health insurance plans will offer at least a variety of each kind of insurance coverage in the overall Arizona group health insurance plan.

Major Medical Expense

Major medical expense covers just that � major medical expenses. Policyholders usually have a deductible of medical expenses they must meet before the insurance kicks in and begins covering a certain percentage of medical costs.

Disability Income Protection

Disability income protection provides you with a percentage of your regular paycheck on a particular time basis (weekly, monthly, etc.) during a specific time period.

Accident Only Coverage

Accident only coverage provides compensation for accidents, including those resulting in death, loss of vision, a limb, and medical costs.

Specified Disease or Specified Accident

Benefits under this coverage only cover a particular disease or accident.

Medicare Supplement

The Medicare supplement is usually not included in employer-based Arizona group health insurance, but is a wise investment since Medicare doesn�t always cover all medical costs.

Long-term Care

Long-term care is another type of coverage that may or may not be offered by an employer-based Arizona group health insurance, but is a wise investment should you ever need skilled long-term care assistance.

Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs)

Many affordable Arizona group health insurance plans are HMOs, meaning, you choose a primary care physician based on a list of HMO participating doctors; he or she will refer you to medical specialists should you need to see them.

Preferred Provider Organizations (PPOs)

Similar to HMOs, PPOs allow you to choose from a network of doctors; however, you may choose a doctor not included in the PPO and pay a higher deductible or co-payment.

Point of Service (POS)

POS is a balanced mix of HMOs and PPOs.

Submitted by:

Greg Haehl

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