A healthy body is a happy body, an there’s no better way to preserve your health and your employee’s health than with health insurance from White Slate Insurance.
Let’s face it, medical treatments aren’t cheap. Without health insurance you could end up paying off medical bills for the rest of your life. White Slate Insurance can help you find affordable healthcare options for you and your employees. Call 817-809-4522 and talk with one of our friendly agents today to learn more.
Common Health Insurance Terms
When discussing health insurance with a White Slate Insurance agent, it helps to understand some of the common terms you’ll run into. Below you’ll find definitions to some of the most common health insurance terms.
Deductible–the amount of money you pay toward medical bills before your insurance coverage begins.
Co-pay–a specified amount of money you pay upfront for doctor visits and prescription refills.
Coinsurance–the percentage of medical bills you pay after meeting the deductible.
To learn more about group health insurance, call White Slate Insurance at 817-809-4522 and talk with one of our agents today. We’re right here in Texas, ready to guide you toward a more secure future.
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