Being Prepared: We need to be prepared for any type of disaster that could occur and not many people are. There are so many important reasons why you need to take out medical insurance.
Quality of Care: Believe it or not, people who are medically uninsured will get less care as someone who is insured. For example, a woman who is pregnant with no insurance will receive far less prenatal services because of the high costs involved. As well, children and adults both may not be able to see a health care provider on a routine basis to get treatment and advice for their sicknesses because the out of pocket cost for the visit cost them too much money. This is your life and your health that are risk.
Health Outcomes: People who remain medically uninsured have much worse outcomes with health conditions. Reports have shown that people with medical insurance have a better outcome with their health problems. Researches have shown that death rates are 25 percent higher with people who have chronic diseases and don’t have medical insurance.
Financial Burden: Not having medical insurance causes financial burdens on families. Many discounts are applied to medical insurance policies and those without insurance won’t get any discount on top of paying double and triple costs for being uninsured. An unexpected tragic illness or injury has often times caused a family without medical insurance to have to go bankrupt.
Risks: Without medical insurance, someone may not be able to afford an expensive surgery or treatment that they need. Prescriptions may cost too much for some people to afford without medical insurance so they take the risk of not buying them. Medical insurance is so much better to protect your family from all these unexpected and sudden costs that medical care brings. For people who are not insured, having to pay out of pocket for something expensive can cause so much stress and eventually lead to depression.
The benefits of being medically insured far outweigh not being insured. Paying small amounts of premiums on a monthly or regular schedule will keep you from having the burden of paying massive amounts of money in medical costs when an illness, disease or an accident happens all of a sudden. When it comes to being on the safer side, it’s always better to have that peace of mind that medical insurance can offer. For seniors, it is a good idea to have supplements insurance to supplement your medicare insurance.
Author’s Bio: The articles of Mark Anderson have really met the needs of the users. He suggests them to visit Medicalinsurance.org for more information.
Originally posted 2012-08-28 08:27:34.