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New Hampshire Health Insurance

Do you ever wonder how your family would survive if saddled with expense from an accident or long term illness?

New Hampshire health insurance helps ensure a financially secure future when the unexpected happens. But health insurance can be an expensive and confusing product—and finding the right coverage can be difficult.

InsureMe is here to help. Just provide us with a little information about yourself at the top of this page, and we’ll shop for your New Hampshire health insurance for you!

Understanding New Hampshire Health Insurance

If you’ve never bought New Hampshire health insurance, trying to make sense of terms and limitations can be difficult. If you have purchased a policy previously, switching to a new insurance carrier or changing policies can mean confusing changes in coverage.

To help you understand what New Hampshire health insurance is all about, we’ve assembled some common health insurance terminology. Having a basic understanding of common terms will prepare you to review various New Hampshire health insurance offerings before making your final selection.

Getting educated is the best way to make an informed decision when shopping for New Hampshire health insurance. It is then important to stay up-to-date on changes in New Hampshire health insurance laws and regulations, and adjust your health insurance coverage accordingly whenever necessary.

Common Terms

The amount of money a hospital or doctor spends to provide you with a particular health care service.

The price a provider sets for a particular medical service.

The amount of money you are required to pay for health care services before your insurance picks up the remainder.

An amount of money you may be required to pay for health care after your deductible is met. Usually a predetermined percentage of the total allowed amount.

Total Allowed Amount
The total amount a health care provider is allowed to charge your New Hampshire health insurance company for a particular medical procedure or service.

The portion of your health care payment for which you are deemed responsible ahead of time. A specified dollar amount which may be required after your deductible is met, or which applies only for certain services.

Common Questions

“Why is health insurance so expensive?”

Health insurance costs have risen sharply over the past few years. This is because the population in general is aging; the cost of medical technology is increasing; and new, more expensive drugs are being prescribed.

No one ever expects to need emergency or long term medical care. But that is exactly what happens every day all over the U.S. Rising health care costs are making it increasingly difficult for consumers like you to get the New Hampshire health insurance coverage needed.

“What types of New Hampshire health insurance do I have to choose from?”

New Hampshire health insurance is generally offered through two types of plans: group and individual. Typically, an employer offers its employees health insurance through a group plan, whereas those purchasing health care plans on their own from an agent or company purchase an individual health plan.

Most New Hampshire residents are insured through a group plan sponsored by their employers. Unfortunately, those who are self-employed, between jobs or not covered by an employer find it difficult to find affordable New Hampshire health insurance quotes.

“What determines whether a health insurer will insure me?”

New Hampshire health insurance companies consider several factors when determining whether or not you are insurable. Some of these factors include your health, habits and lifestyle, and occupation.

The chances you will become ill increase with age, so the older you are when purchasing your New Hampshire health insurance plan, the higher your premium.

Smoking, drinking and other habits can result in various health problems. This makes the chance of health insurance claims greater and can make it difficult to find affordable New Hampshire health insurance.

Quality New Hampshire health insurance may also be difficult to get if you work in a dangerous or risky occupation.

“What else do I need to know when shopping for New Hampshire health insurance?”

Choosing the right New Hampshire health insurance company is vital to ensuring your family’s safety and well-being.

Consider asking insurers the following questions:

  • Are you and your company licensed?
  • How long have you been in business?
  • How do ratings services such as A.M. Best rank your company?
  • What type of service can I expect?
  • How can I get in touch with someone when I need to?

Have more questions?

For further questions about New Hampshire health insurance, contact the New Hampshire Insurance Department at 800-852-3416, or access their Web site at www. state.nh.us/insurance.

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