Health Insurance

Health Insurance is a mandatory type of insurance coverage that pays for medical and surgical expenses incurred by the insured.

Why Do I Need Health Insurance

It protects you and your family financially in case of an unexpected illness or injury that could possibly be very expensive. No one plans to get sick or get hurt, but most people need medical care at some point in life.

How Premiums Work

The premiums are the payments you have to make to your insurance every month. Usually a lower premium comes with a higher deductible.


Why wait for the unexpected, be prepared for what life bring you.


Why wait for the unexpected, be prepared for what life bring you.

How to Choose A Plan

Choosing health insurance can be complicated, and we make it easy for you to find the plan that best fits your needs. Edgeway Financial doesn’t work for one provider, we work for the top carriers. So it is easier for us to find the plan at the right price for your budget.


How deductibles work?

The amount you have to pay each year before your insurance provider begins to cover any medical cost. Most plans will cover routine doctor visits, prescription drugs and preventive care before you’ve met your deductible.

What does Health Insurance Covered?

Health Insurance covers Hospitalization, Emergency services, Ambulatory patient services, Pregnancy, maternity and newborn care, Mental health and substance use disorder services (This includes counseling and psychotherapy), Prescription drugs, Rehabilitative and habitability services, Laboratory services, Preventive and wellness services, Pediatric service. Some additional benefits are Birth control and breastfeeding; some plans may offer additional benefits, including Dental and Vision coverage.

How can I enroll in Health Insurance?

You can enroll in Health Insurance during open Enrollment season. Dates run from November 1, 2016 to January 31, 2017. If you miss open enrollment you generally can enroll in a health insurance plan only if you qualify for a Special Enrollment Period.


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