What is a High Deductible Health Insurance Policy?

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http//www.MurrayGRP.com/ – #48 – A high deductible health insurance policy places the a level of up front cost directly on the policy holder but in exchange has significantly reduced rates versus comparable HMO or EPO health plans. With a high deductible health plan the insured is responsible for 100% of the up front cost up to a certain dollar amount. Common deductible amounts are $1200 or $1500 for single. This means that the insured is responsible for all cost up to the first $1200 dollars and then the insurance company starts to contribute based on the policy details. It is important to always consult a professional insurance agent about your specific insurance needs. Our team of insurance professionals at The Murray Group would be happy to answer any questions you have regarding your health insurance policy. Click the link above to visit our website and learn more. ACTION: If this video provided you with any level of value Please Click the “Like” button above. www.MurrayGRP.com

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