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Affordable Health Insurance Ny Question & Answers

2015 November 2
by Sarah Fields

Nancy asks…

Anyone know of an affordable individual health/dental insurance plan for Brooklyn, NY?

I no longer have school insurance and my work does not offer insurance. I am looking for an affordable health/dental insurance plan in Brooklyn, New York. Is dental included in medical insurance or is that separate? I don’t want to spend $600-$1000 on a premium for an HMO, but would rather spend a few hundred a month while getting a decent amount of benefits. Also, does anyone know of a comparison chart online regarding details of insurance providers including premiums and benefits. All I can find are complaint comparison charts for insurance providers. Any kind of help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!

Sarah Fields answers:

InsureMe Offers Tips for Online Health Insurance Shopping

Insurance shopping service provides tips for finding the right insurance.

Denver, CO (PRWEB via PRWeb) June 21, 2006 –With the nation’s uninsured at an estimated 45 million adults, InsureMe, the leading online insurance shopping service, is offering tips for using the Web to find health insurance that’s both affordable and provides sufficient coverage.

Before applying for health insurance quotes, InsureMe recommends looking into the types of health plans that are available, as well as identifying the coverages that the consumer needs from a policy, such as coverage for pre-existing or chronic conditions.

“Knowing what you need from the outset will help you find the right policy—and quicken the insurance shopping process,” says InsureMe president and former insurance agent, Tim McTavish.

Shoppers can find the health insurance information they need by visiting the InsureMe Insurance Resource Center, which contains health insurance information as it pertains to each state.

Comparing multiple policies and plan prices is also central to finding the right insurance; online insurance shopping services like now allow consumers to apply online and receive free health insurance quotes from local insurance agents. And while price is foremost on the minds of many shoppers, the company also encourages people to pay careful attention to plan coverages before selecting a policy.

Health insurance is best found by investing time, educating yourself and comparison shopping. InsureMe, NetQuote & other sites are designed to be an invaluable resource for insurance shoppers like you in this process. Fill out our easy form, and you can get up to five insurance quotes from insurance agents who can help you make the best decision regarding your insurance. Once again, shop around, get multiple quotes, and learn all you can about a policy before you buy health insurance.

Ron @ InsureMe

Jenny asks…

What is your vision for the new health care system? Who benefits most from this new system?

Health Inscurance coverance, The Implications of the new Affordable Care Act.

Sarah Fields answers:

My vision is repeal the useless piece of socialist bullshit ! Hah-Hah!… Sorry WaPost… Sorry NY Slimes… CBO NOW SAYS Repealing Obama care Will Save USA $540 Billion
Sorry Crackpots…This morning the far left was ranting on about how repealing Obama care would actually cost taxpayers billions of dollars.
What nonsense.
Rep. Anthony Weiner was spreading the lie last night on Hannity. The Washington Post published the lie this morning and again later today. The New York Times wrote that Republicans are ignoring the CBO results.
What rubbish.
Today, the CBO (given the right data points) released new results that show that repealing Obama care will save US taxpayers at least $540 billion.
The American Spectator reported: The Congressional Budget Office, in an email to Capitol Hill staffers obtained by the Spectator, has said that repealing the national health care law would “”reduce net spending by $540 billion in the ten year period from 2012 through 2021″”. That number represents the cost of the new provisions, minus Medicare cuts.””Repealing the bill would also eliminate $770 billion in taxes””. It’s the tax hikes in the health care law (along with the Medicare cuts) which accounts for the $230 billion in deficit reduction.

Of course, anyone who believes that covering 30 million more people with health insurance would save taxpayers money is a complete nutcase in the first place.
What fools !

Paul asks…

What platform is Hillary Clinton running on?

This is a serious question. Humerous responses are welcome, but please keep bi-partisan rhetoric to a minimum. I seriously have no clue what her qualifications are to be president other than being a one-time first lady and a junior senator from a state she is was not a resident of.

More importantly, what is her motivation for wanting to be president?

So, what is her platform?

Sarah Fields answers:

You mean aside from wanting to end the war in Iraq, bringing our troops home, balancing the budget & providing good & affordable healthcare to every American? Here’s a little more background that may help you decide:

The people of New York elected Hillary Rodham Clinton to the United States Senate on November 7, 2000.

– She serves on the Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee; the Environment and Public Works Committee; the Special Committee on Aging; and she is the first New Yorker ever to serve on the Senate Armed Services Committee.

– After the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, Senator Clinton worked with her colleagues to secure the funds New York needed to rebuild.

– In 2004, Senator Clinton was asked by the Department of Defense to serve as the only Senate member of the Transformation Advisory Group to the Joint Forces Command. She has visited troops in Iraq and Afghanistan; at Fort Drum in New York, home of the 10th Mountain Division; and at Walter Reed Military Hospital to learn first hand the challenges facing American combat forces. She is an original sponsor of legislation that expanded health benefits to members of the National Guard and Reserves.

– In the Senate, she has continued her work for children and families by leading efforts to ensure the safety of prescription drugs for children, with legislation now included in the Pediatric Research Equity Act; working to strengthen the Children’s Health Insurance Program, which increased coverage for children in low income working families; and helping schools address environmental hazards.

– Senator Clinton continues to work to increase access to health care. She authored legislation that has been enacted to improve recruitment and retention of nurses, to improve quality and lower the cost of prescription drugs, and to protect our food supply from bioterrorism. She sponsored legislation to increase America’s commitment against Global AIDS, and is now leading the fight for expanded use of information technology in the health care system to decrease administrative costs and reduce medical errors.

– To encourage business expansion, Senator Clinton co-sponsored legislation enacted in 2004 to extend tax credits to communities in regions designated as Renewal Communities.

– Senator Clinton has spoken clearly about the importance of protecting our constitutional rights, respecting such landmark Supreme Court decisions as Roe v. Wade.

– Strongly committed to making sure that every American has the right to vote in fair, accessible and credible elections – and that every vote must be counted, Senator Clinton introduced the Count Every Vote Act of 2005, to provide a verified paper ballot for every vote cast in electronic voting machines; set a uniform standard for provisional ballots, and require the Federal Election Assistance Commission to issue standards that ensure uniform access to voting machines and election personnel in every community.

P.S. Steven…please don’t show your ignorance so blatantly. Senator Clinton has been a NY resident for more than 7 years. Residency is one of the rquirements for being a Senator of any state.

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