Consumer Coverage Blog
June 4th, 2009

Is there a good reason to opt for Georgia health insurance  for your group medical if possible? The answer to this question is definitely yes. The only problem with group health insurance is that not everybody is able to take advantage. If you are interested in this type of coverage you need to make sure that your employer offers the benefit; not every company does. 

The biggest benefit of Georgia group health insurance is that you do not have to do anything on your own. Your employer has a group plan that they pay for, and you have the right to join in most cases. Of course, this doesn’t mean that your employer will pay everything and ask for nothing from you. Some companies pay the entire premium for their employers. Others ask each employee to pay a particular percentage so they can keep their costs to a minimum. 

Another big benefit of group health insurance is that you will not get denied coverage. This is something that may happen when shopping for an individual policy.  

As you can see, if you are offered  health insurance you probably want to take advantage. There are reasons why buying a policy may seem like the best idea, but most people agree that getting on a group health insurance is the way to go. Is this a benefit that your employer is currently offering?

January 8th, 2009

Many Georgia politicians are being pushed in the direction of Georgia Health Insurance reform.  The state has one of the highest uninsured rates in the country.  Nearly 18 percent of the the peach states population are uninsured.  Georgia ranks very high on the list for one of the worst health care states.  They are a close second to that of Florida Insurance market.  What are the residents of this state going to do?  Demand health insurance in Georgia become affordable?

The good thing is that there are some easy ways to fix this problem.  Georgia should be able to get on track and be on the road to health care reform. Most Georgia politicians will start by implementing some simple measures that will harness the power of the public and private sectors.  Do you think Private health insurance is the solution?  Or should we go with a Universal Health Care program, such has the Barack Obama admininstration is pushing?  We want your thoughts as insurance consumers.