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Welcome to Pennsylvania’s leading health insurance Blog. We make it easy for you to compare quality Pa healthcare at the lowest available rates. We combine personal assistance along with state-of-the-art software that gives you the most accurate prices. The Pa Health Insurance Exchange allows consumers to buy affordable individual and family medical coverage. We are your trusted resource that assists you in the review and comparison process. You can also choose to enroll in non-subsidized plans that do not receive a federal subsidy.

Our commentary and advice is designed to inform and explain, so you can easily view the plans that best serve your specific needs. Whether you are a Senior needing assistance with reviewing Medicare Supplement, Advantage, and Part D prescription drug options, or a student comparing your University and private plan options, we can help. As the political landscape changes, so do your available choices, and we continuously keep you informed.

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There are never any fees or obligation. We provide expert advice and unbiased guidance, so you can obtain medical coverage quickly and easily. Whether you need simple catastrophic coverage, or a more comprehensive policy, we research, shop and compare all available options. There are also many affordable Senior options that can potentially reduce out-of-pocket expenses. If you are eligible for Medicaid (or Medicare), we will direct you to the correct resource.

Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, pre-existing conditions are covered without waiting periods, surcharges or exclusions. Four “Metal” options (Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze) along with a cheap catastrophic alternative, can be applied for regardless of any medical issues (past or present). You can customize your benefits by choosing different copay, coinsurance, and deductible options. The “maximum out-of-pocket expenses” should always be considered, especially if you are receiving treatment for an ongoing or chronic condition.

It doesn’t matter where in the Keystone State you reside. Whether its Philadelphia, Harrisburg, Pittsburgh, Erie, Johnston, Lancaster, or Reading, multiple plans are available with many levels of benefits. While a high-deductible catastrophic plan may be ideal for specific applicants, a low copay, low-deductible HMO (or PPO) plan may be the best option for another single person or applicant. Regardless, we keep you informed by constantly posting and updating articles, policy plan rates, and descriptions.

Some of the companies that we represent include Highmark, Keystone, Independence Blue Cross, Geisinger, Aetna, UnitedHealthcare, Coventry, HealthAmerica and Capital Blue Cross. Our experience and expertise is utilized by working for our customers, and showing them the best possible solutions for their Pennsylvania health insurance needs. Individual, family, and Medicare Supplement plans are reviewed and compared to simplify your enrollment process.

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  1. Mr. Higgs says:

    Pretty good information here on Pa health care. I’ll need your help when the Exchanges come around.

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