After the joy of learning about a pregnancy, cold reality can set in: Having a baby is expensive. According to the American Pregnancy Association, prenatal care and delivery costs can range from $5,000 to more than $20,000. Obviously, good health insurance can play an important part in managing these costs. To prepare yourself and your family, make sure you know what your insurance will pay and where to turn if you need additional coverage.
Health insurance coverage for pregnancy care varies based on the type of plan. Possibilities range from the more comprehensive coverage of a group health insurance plan to federally funded Medicaid coverage. It is important to explore the specifics of your health insurance coverage for maternity care to avoid unexpected expenses.
Here is recent important information for autistic Californians. The following information comes from Autism Deserves Equal Coverage. “Starting Monday, September 15, 2014, Medi-Cal is now required to pay for behavioral therapy for individuals aged 0-21. Please share this information with your networks to ensure that families understand their rights under this new opportunity. This a…
Obtaining and keeping health insurance for your children can be a stressful task, as the cost of health care seems to rise constantly. Find the most affordable health insurance you can to keep your children covered in case of a medical emergency, or for routine check-ups. The type of coverage you desire, along with your budget, can determine which type of policies you find affordable. Every state offers low-cost coverage for children in lower income families.