What does POS stand for in health insurance?

Answer In health insurance, POS stands for "Point of Service." A POS is a type of insurance plan that requires the insured to choose one primary care physician to manage his health care and manage all out... Read More »

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What Does SNP Stand for in Health Care Insurance?

SNP in health insurance stands for "special needs plan," according to the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services. Special needs plan are custom insurance plans for people with a specific diseas... Read More »

If you are the custodial parent and have no health insurance but your new spouse does will your ex-husband's health insurance be primary or secondary?

Answer The birthday rule is often used to determine which plan is primary and which is secondary. Under this rule, the plan of the parent whose birthday occurs first in the calendar year is designa... Read More »

What does the term co-insurance mean on health insurance policies?

In health policies co-insurance is a percentage of covered expenses that insured is required to pay in addition to co-payment and deductible For example if you have an 80/20 plan, the insurance co... Read More »

If you are an American traveling through Canada with no health insurance should you purchase health insurance for your trip?