Sarasota, FL (PRWEB) August 26, 2009
In these financially difficult times companies are looking to cut costs, and health insurance is where most companies are doing it. Not offering company health insurance, or choosing to only cover the employee, is leaving many without insurance. The spouses, dependents, part-time employees and those in the waiting period to get insurance are being left without options. Employees that were laid-off may obtain Cobra but when that comes to an end there is uncertainty about continuing coverage.
CennairusOne understands the challenges of obtaining health insurance and wants to help people and their families. CennairusOne empowers the consumer to shop for individual insurance coverage online and in the privacy of their own home. CennairusOne offers counseling, through the toll-free number, to walk clients through the specific plan that would best suit their needs and budget. Price is always important and CennairusOne is seeing many individual insurance policies starting as low as $48 per month for a single person. Prices vary depending on benefits, carrier and individual health conditions.
CennairusOne works with well-known national insurance carriers. CennairusOne prefers not to offer limited benefit plans. A limited benefit plan will only cover certain benefits up to certain dollar amounts and will stop paying at $10,000 or $25,000. These plans are not for everyone and when explained to the individual, CennairusOne normally will see the client shift to an Individual health plan.
CennairusOne also caters to the self-employed small business owner and 1099 employes. These clients find it impossible to obtain affordable group coverage. CennairusOne can offer multiple individual policy options.
CennairusOne also offers a Prescription Drug Discount Program Card that can be printed online. It is free to join this program and can be used at 54,000 pharmacies. The pharmacies use the Bin# and do not need a card, so a printed copy works well.
CennairusOne wants to help the uninsured and the underinsured nationally.