|With so many different health insurance companies |
and policies, the search for quality insurance can be
Knowing where to look for information on health
insurance will help narrow your choices.
* Seek information from your local medical
association. Many professional societies offer free
information to consumers.
* Check the quality of the plan's providers, by
getting information from a local patient advocacy
group, which you can locate through an Internet
search. These groups often know which plans
pay claims and which do not.
* Search reputable consumer and business
magazines, which annually rank health insurance
companies and provide other information.
Armed with this knowledge, choose two or three
insurance companies you would consider doing
business with and compare your policy options.
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