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Old 07-13-2009, 11:23 AM
Location: Florida
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Hello There,
My new job provides monthly reimbursement for health insirance but I have no idea where to start
im 25 active, healthy, no existing health problems here in Tallahassee my employer foots the bill i have $25 co pay for Dr visits, name brand Meds, 100 for an er trip and 50 for specialist visits. it's always worked very well and I would like to find somthing similar

any help or a point in the right direction would be awesome.
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Old 07-14-2009, 04:43 PM
Location: Big Island- Hawaii, AK, WA where the whales are!
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I went with Regence/Blue Shield here in WA - I used to have them with employeer and they said the Blue Shield would cover insurance in WA AK and Hawaii...

I am older - 40 smoker so my rates are a little higher than for you. I also choose a plan that covered cost for all preventitive care - made the cost go up - physicals annual exams colonoscopy etc.....
I have also a $1000 deductable a little high - but you get 4 doctor office visits free a year then it turns into a $25 co-pay etc... Basically the same plan I paid for when working with a higher deductable... when working the plan cost - $340 a month - buying it myself with higher deductable I pay $555 a quarter...it also has a drug policy card ... many don't.

So there is a company but I would try also with State of Alaska and see if there is a plan for full time residence..I believe there was when googled but I don't qualify. I needed a plan that would work with many states. I am assuming your in Alaska now?

Hope that helps.. I also found mine on a ehealth insurance site..but followed up with phone calls to make sure Doctors and hosipitals in area I was going to be was covered.
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Old 07-15-2009, 07:10 AM
Location: Florida
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Thanksa a Ton for the info. I'll be riding my dads until im forced to get an alaskan DL then im on my own.
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