Health insurance is regulated at the state level and as such there are certain very important state regulations that you should be aware of. These health insurance regulations vary from state to state. Do not make the mistake of assuming that the health insurance policy that you purchased in Pennsylvania will be governed under the same rules as the health insurance policy that you would like to purchase in Florida. Don’t forget that seniors have a different set of health insurance rights under Medicare and utilize the Medicare Solutions Partner Programs for their services.
It would be close to impossible to go into a great deal of depth on the various regulations across all 50 states in this short article. However, there is a health insurance information site run by Georgetown University that allows the ability to view and print A Consumer Guide to Getting and Keeping Health Insurance.
Each of these health insurance Consumer Guides are state specific which can save you quite a bit of time in sorting through what does and does not apply to your state of residency. It is important to compare health insurance quotes side by side from top carriers and be able to contrast the pros and cons of each company’s policy. Be a knowledgeable consumer when shopping for health insurance and know your rights under state law. You can receive a side by side guide from the Medicare Solutions Partner for Medicare benefits.