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 Can you explain a health reimbursement plan?

Answer A reimbursement plan would be a plan that requires you to pay for the healthcare service or prescription drug out of your pocket and then submit claim forms to be paid back by the insurance company.
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What Is the Difference Between a Health Reimbursement Account & a Health Savings Account?

Two health insurance options that have gained popularity compared to the conventional employer-paid health insurance are the Health Savings Account (HSA) and Health Reimbursement Account (HRA). The... Read More »
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Your husband has medicare and a health plan from his employer which plan should be the primary plan?

Answer Where I work, the employer plan would be secondary and medicare would be primary. It might depend on how the company has it set up but I can't imagine any company today wanting to be the pri... Read More »
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Is it better to get a annual physical on your old health plan or wait to get the physical on your new job's health plan In case they find anything wrong?

Answer I think it's terrible that people even ask this kind of a question. Your health is YOUR concern and decisions shouldn't be left to insurance companies.In CA under AB 1672 employer groups b... Read More »
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If only your spouse is working and has you covered on his health plan can he include your parents on the same plan?


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