As more and more shoppers continue to seek answers to their questions and solutions to their problems, they are looking to easy to read infographics to find them.
Infographics are a growing trend for a reason.
Orange, CA (PRWEB) April 06, 2012
Health insurance comparison site, HealthCompare, is aiming to help American consumers learn how to buy health insurance. From gathering information from small families with young children to mature parents with college-aged kids, these infographics illustrate a painful truth in an easy-to-understand layout.
As more and more shoppers continue to seek answers to their questions and solutions to their problems, they are looking to easy to read infographics to find them. Infographics are a growing trend for a reason. They are beautiful and ideal for delivering difficult information into simple to understand tidbits. These graphics come in a wide array of styles, all designed to layout data results, theories, or arguments.
Infographics that are well done and comprehensive takes complex statistics with tons of information and simplifies the concept so they are easily understood by the layreader. HealthCompare understands this, and has launched a series of 5 infographics designed to help health insurance shoppers and buyers wade through all the reports without getting lost.
The 5 infographics in this series include:
"3 Ways To Get Affordable Medical Insurance"
"How Can I Find The Cheapest Health Insurance?"
"Is Affordable Medical Coverage Out There?"
"What To Look For In Children’s Health Insurance"
"Where To Find Individual Health Insurance"
Nationally recognized HealthCompare promotes consumer education and choice when it comes to finding quality health insurance.
Visitors to their site are encouraged to ask themselves the following questions when searching online for health insurance plans:
What are the consumers' current health care needs? Is there a pre-existing condition to consider? Are prescription medications necessary? Is starting a family pertinent to the individual searching for health insurance?
Is paying more upfront in premiums and having a lower out of pocket expense better for the shopper when it comes time to get healthcare? Or is paying less in premiums and saving up to take care of deductibles, co-pays and co-insurance more beneficial?
Would the consumer like to continue seeing the same doctor or using the same health care facilities?
Are there any other health insurance options, such as coverage under a spouse’s or parent’s plan?
And once consumers receive their quotes, reading over each one carefully while considering the following helps arrive at good decisions:
How much is the out of pocket for deductibles, co-insurance and co-pays for these plans? What is the maximum out of pocket expense with each one?
Are office visits covered in each plan?
Is the maternity coverage that may not be offered as part of the plan necessary?
What mental health services are covered in each plan?
Is there prescription drug coverage in any of the policies?
How much are emergency services and ambulances?
Is changing physicians an option?
Health insurance costs add up to far more than just a premium, so HealthCompare wants buyers to make sure they carefully weigh all out of pocket costs to get the whole picture of each policy’s ultimate expense. HealthCompare wants buyers to be informed, which is why they have designed a series of infographics to help modern consumers get smarter faster.
Shoppers can find more information about past infographics here.
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About HealthCompare: HealthCompare was launched in 2009 to work with brokers and carriers to help individuals and families easily research, compare, buy, and enroll in the right health insurance plan at the right price. Based in Orange, Calif., it delivers accurate, customized, health insurance quotes for the country's diverse population.
Through a unique partnership with its sister company, CONEXIS, HealthCompare has the ability to quickly reach thousands of COBRA-qualifying consumers and provide them with COBRA alternatives at the moment they become eligible for COBRA benefits. This provides these consumers with an opportunity to enroll in individual or family plans and potentially save hundreds to thousands of dollars on COBRA premiums and, at the same time, rewards referring brokers with referral fee income for the life of each policy.
For more information, visit http://healthcompare.org/ or call 888.748.5152.