DALLAS, March 17 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Laid off? Don't panic. The following summarizes a new list of suggestions on how to maintain health coverage from the non-profit, non-partisan National Center for Policy Analysis. Authored by NCPA health economist and Senior Fellow Devon Herrick, Ph.D., the full article is not sponsored by any commercial entity, and is for your free and unrestricted use. Link to full article: http://www.ncpa.org/pdfs/Seven_Ways_Job_3-16-09-FINAL-A.pdf
Here are seven options you should consider as soon as possible after getting pink-slipped.
Ask questions and don't procrastinate past your 62-day window. Even high-deductible, catastrophic coverage may prevent years of financial medical debts.
Devon Herrick, Ph. D., is a preeminent expert on 21st century medicine, including the evolution of Internet-based medicine, consumer driven health care and telemedicine and medical tourism. As a health care economist, Dr. Herrick is a preferred speaker on health policy issues.
The NCPA is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization whose goal is to solve problems by developing and promoting innovative, market-driven solutions.
|SOURCE National Center for Policy Analysis|
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