Brock & Credille Insurance works with many companies that provide medical and hospitalization insurance. As an independent agency we can shop these companies to find the plan that works for you, your family, or your employees.
Long Term Medical Coverage
There are many options when choosing a medical plan for an individual or a family. Whether you are looking for an all-inclusive policy, a health savings account, prescription plans or preventative care. Brock & Credille has relationships with multiple companies and can find a competitive quote to meet your needs and budget.
Healthcare Reform is a rising question and confusing many. Some families may be eligible for tax subsidies as well as tax benefits. There are many factors that weigh into this, a Brock & Credille insurance agent can look at your situation and give you a couple of options.
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Short Term Medical Coverage
If you are in transition or in the middle of a change a short term medical policy may be all you need. You choose a coverage period from 30 – 360 days, the deductible amount, and the coinsurance that you’re your budget. This type of coverage is ideal for people that:
- Have retired early and their medicare has not kicked in yet.
- They are between jobs
- They need coverage before the next enrollment period
- Waiting for other coverage to begin.
What to Expect
Save Big with a nationwide network of providers
With a network provider, you will not be balance billed for eligible expenses. Health care professionals in our network agree to provide you quality care at low fees. With access to over 850,000 physicians and other healthcare professionals, and approximately 6,100 hospitals and other facilities, chances are your current doctor is already a part of our nationwide network.
You can receive care from any doctor or hospital in our network.
If you are looking for a specialist, you do not need a referral.
You receive maximum benefits from the plan when you use network providers.
Using non-network doctor or hospital for non-emergency care will cost you more.