There’s no reason to be intimidated when speaking to a health insurance broker for the first time. Although you may be confused about plans, options and even insurance terms, your broker is not. They’re there to help you understand all that and more. In the process, here are some of the things they’ll need to know from you.
Is this the first time you’re buying health insurance?
This can help the broker get a feeling for just how much of the terms and policies they may have to explain, and in what detail.
Are you presently on a health insurance plan?
If you already have health insurance and want to change plans, the broker will want to make sure the dates of the switch coincide perfectly, so that there is no loss of coverage.
Do you see doctors or specialists often?
This will give your broker a sense of how much coverage you need, and what type of plan offers that coverage at the best value
What your broker will ask you varies
Of course, the specific questions your broker will ask you varies with your particular situation. Call one today and set up a time to have a conversation about your unique health care plan, needs and preferences.