What to Do When Obamacare Costs Too Much

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It seems like every year the cost of health insurance under the Affordable Care Act (also known as Obamacare) goes up.

In fact, some reports are showing that for 2019, residents in Georgia could see their premiums rise another 19.5 percent.

It’s no wonder then that so many people are getting frustrated with the climbing costs of healthcare. It seems that insurance under the “Affordable” Care Act isn’t really affordable at all.

So, what do you do when Obamacare costs too much and you’re already worried that in 2019 you can’t afford coverage? Read more

What You Need to Know About the Obamacare Pre-Existing Clause for 2019 

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There has recently been a lot of talk going around that people with pre-existing conditions are about to suddenly lose their insurance or will find themselves paying high insurance premiums that they just can’t afford.

The good news is that for now at least, all these rumors are just false speculation. Read more

What is a Concierge Doctor?

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Crowded waiting rooms, long wait times, and then there’s that one person sitting across from you who just won’t stop coughing and blowing their nose. Sounds like a fun way to spend a couple of hours – right? Read more

3 Types of Health Insurance Available to Kennesaw Residents

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Are you looking for health insurance or trying to decide which health insurance plan you should buy? There are several types of health insurance plans available to Kennesaw residents, but how do you know which plan is right for you? Read more

What is Catastrophic PPO Health Insurance?

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Choosing the right health insurance plan isn’t easy. You don’t want to spend a lot of money on coverage you will never need, but you also want to have good coverage when you need it.

That’s what I love about Catastrophic PPO Health insurance plans. They provide insurance coverage for big medical events, but at a cost that most people can afford. You may also know it as an Indemnity plan.

Here’s what you need to know: Read more