This is a course for all levels that will provide a solid foundation of knowledge on: health insurance terminology, major plan types available, accounts that can assist with paying for medical expenses and guidance on how to pick a health insurance plan that best meets your needs and budget.
The target audience for this course is anyone who:
The target audience described above should take this course to:
Objective: In this lecture you will learn the definition of the most commonly used health insurance terminology.
Objective: In this lecture you will gain a high level understanding of the most commonly available health insurance plan types and how they work.
Objective: In this lecture you will learn about three options that can help pay for your health care related expenses.
Objective: If keeping your current health care providers is important to you:
This Lecture will show you how to determine if your current providers are in the network of any plan you are considering switching to.
Objective: In this lecture you will learn how to estimate your medical needs and compare those to your budget when pricing out plan options available to you.
Course Recap and Thank You to Students.
I graduated from the University of Connecticut School of Business Administration in the spring of 1993 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Risk Management & Insurance. I have worked in the Health Insurance industry since 1992 and have worked for most of the major market players including Aetna, UnitedHealthcare, BlueCross BlueShield and Cigna. Over the years it seems more and more people are confused by insurance so I thought I'd try to see if I could simplify it a little bit. You can find me on LinkedIn or my own website. I'm a Certified Personal Trainer through the National Strength and Conditioning Association and I'm also a published author under the name Pamela Lee on Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing.