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Can I Afford Health Insurance?

Health Insurance Coverage

Many people think that they can’t afford health insurance. But did you know that for as low as a few hundred dollars a month, you can protect yourself from health costs that break that bank and leave you in financial ruin? Even in 2018 however, a shocking number of people still don’t have adequate coverage for their medical expenses.

  1. Something as minor as a kidney stone can set you back $17,400. According to the National Kidney Stone Foundation, one in ten people will have a kidney stone at some time in their lives. And, the national average cost to remove kidney stones with extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL) is $17,400.
  2. Treatment for a broken leg can cost $35,000. Without health insurance, surgical treatment of a broken leg typically costs $17,000 to $35,000 or more, depending on the complexity of the fracture.
  3. Strokes kill about 140,000 Americans each year — that’s 1 out of every 20 deaths (United States CDC). According to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, the average hospital admission for ischemic stroke (most common) is 5.6 days at $9,100 per stay, and for hemorrhagic stroke it is 8.4 days at $19,500 per stay.

With this in mind--can you afford NOT to have health insurance?

Our plans are affordable, and our process is simple. In less than 30 seconds, you can reserve your spot for a free phone consultation that can dramatically increase your healthcare savings.

What Is Obamacare? Will I Be Penalized?

Affordable Care Act - Obamacare

In 2010, “Obamacare” drastically changed the face of the United States healthcare landscape, by requiring insurance companies to provide coverage for people with pre-existing conditions, and giving people access to the Healthcare Marketplace.

However, it also introduced new penalties to individuals and businesses for non-compliance.

Highland Health Insurance offers all of the major health plan options to ensure that you won’t be penalized by Obamacare regulations.

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What Is The Health Insurance Marketplace? Do I Need It?

Health Insurance Marketplace

The Health Insurance Marketplace is a government website where people can get information and rates from a range of different health insurance providers. Users can easily compare benefits, premiums, out-of pocket expenses, limits and more.

A word of caution however, that there are federal reporting requirements and tax documents that need to be filed correctly, or you could be subject to a hefty penalty.

Speak to our representatives today, to find out how you can remain 100% compliant, while still receiving substantial savings.

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Coverage for Pre-Existing Conditions

Is Private Health Insurance the Answer?

 Private Health Insurance

Private health insurance plans are plans not purchased in a government sponsored marketplace, and according to CMS.gov, they cover more than half of the US population.

Private health insurance is a great option for those that:

  • Do not receive health insurance via employer benefits
  • are looking for a comprehensive plan outside of open-enrollment, or
  • are finding their employer sponsored plan to be inadequate or too expensive.

Find out how you can save up to 40% on private health insurance plans now.

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Do I Really Need Short Term Health Insurance?


Short-term health insurance is a smart option for those who want to get health insurance coverage quickly, and stop their coverage without fear of penalty. As its name implies, the best short term health insurance was created for those who are in temporary situations, or that aren’t quite able to commit to an annual policy.

For example:

  • People waiting to start Medicare
  • People who are between jobs
  • New college graduates who aren’t under their parents’ policies any longer
  • Those who may have lost coverage due to a divorce, or family change

While these plans aren’t intended to be your permanent insurance solution, they are fantastic for the “in-betweens” of life.

Thankfully, Highland Health Insurance is here to help you select a great short-term plan for your situation. In some cases, short-term health insurance can even start the very day after you apply!

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Coverage for Pre-Existing Conditions

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What Is Cobra Health Insurance? Am I Covered?

Employee Benefits

COBRA is an acronym for the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985. It is a federal law that allows those who have lost or left their jobs to remain on their employer-sponsored health insurance plan for a limited time.

COBRA coverage offers the same benefits and options as the health insurance plans offered to current employees—except the employer will no longer be contributing any funds towards your coverage. Those covered under COBRA are required to pay the full amount of their coverage.

Contact us today, and let Highland Health’s insurance consultants help you figure out how to maximize your coverage with COBRA.

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Am I Choosing The Best Family Health Insurance Plan?

Family Health Insurance

It’s no secret that the cost of health insurance in America has skyrocketed over the years, even after the introduction of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) or “Obamacare” in 2010.

Family health care plans are no exception. When you add a dependent, a spouse, or a domestic partner onto your health insurance coverage, it transitions to a family plan, and requires an increased monthly premium for each addition.

The deductibles and out-of-pocket maximums for a family plan are usually TWICE the amount of an individual plan. For example, if the deductible for an individual plan is $2,000, then the deductible for a family health insurance plan will be approximately $4,000, depending on the health plan insurer. If the out-of-pocket maximum is $7,000 for an individual, then the out-of-pocket maximum will be $14,000 for a family plan.

Highland Health specializes in finding the most affordable care possible for your family--without sacrificing any quality. Take 5 minutes and find out what your family’s best options are.

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Coverage for Pre-Existing Conditions

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Should I Choose A High or Low Deductible Health Plan?

Health Insurance

Choosing between high or low deductible health plans can be a highly-nuanced process. It requires an understanding of the delicate balance between monthly premiums, one-time costs, and out of pocket maximums.

To choose the right health insurance plan for your family, it’s important to understand how each component works, and how it affects your costs. It’s also important to weigh your risk factors.

In a nutshell, the more you’re willing to pay towards one component, the greater savings you receive on the others.

Our experts are here to simplify the process for you. With just a brief phone call, they will evaluate your situation, and give you their best recommendations.

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