Cancer Insurance may help cover expenses…

Tuesday, February 25th, 2014

With the Affordable Care Act in place, you may need additional coverage for Cancer. Here is an sad article about one woman who unfortunately didn’t have coverage!

What does Cancer Insurance Cover?

Monday, February 17th, 2014

According to the American Cancer Society 67% of total cancer costs are non-medical
Based on the provider and policy details, coverage varies, but most plans cover both medical and non-medical expenses. Medical expenses can include co-pays, extended hospital stays, medical tests, procedures (such as stem cell transplants), other disease specific treatments, and more. Non-medical expenses can include dietary restriction aids, home health care, child care expenses, and loss of income benefits.

It is important that you understand what is covered in the policy before purchasing a cancer insurance plan. Also, comparing your current health insurance plan will allow you to determine if you need to purchase a cancer insurance policy to fill the gaps.

Choosing a policy that is right for you…

At Benefit Options 4 U, we take a look at your situation and do all the hard work to find options that will suit your needs. Give us a call today to schedule a consultation! (206) 930-3018.
(1) American Cancer Society Facts & Figures, 2007

Do you need Cancer Insurance?

Tuesday, February 4th, 2014
Cancer policy

Is Cancer Insurance right for you?

Choosing the right insurance plan can be challenging!

At Benefit Options 4 u, we help you select a plan that covers what you need without breaking the bank in the process. Some people have health insurance but does their policy cover you if you are diagnosed with cancer? What does it cover, how much will your out of pocket expenses be? These are all great questions that we would love to answer for you!

What is Cancer Insurance?

Cancer insurance is a special type of insurance that provides limited coverage if you’re ever diagnosed with cancer. Generally, a cancer-specific policy covers a number of costs associated with your diagnosis and treatment, including hospitalization, radiation, chemotherapy, surgery, anesthesia, nursing care, blood transfusions, prescription drugs and medications. (Keep in mind that you won’t be able to get cancer insurance if you’ve already been diagnosed).

What are some reasons why you should purchase Cancer Insurance? (more…)