Broker Shares Ways to Save on Health Insurance; New Book by K. Woodfield

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The author uses her insider information from working with the pharmaceutical industry and health insurance brokering to help people explore health insurance options and save money in this new book released by Dog Ear Publishing.

Dog Ear Publishing releases “Don’t Buy THAT Health Insurance: Become an Educated Health Care Consumer” by K. Woodfield.

In this new book, author Katherine Woodfield offers tips on lowering health insurance premiums so consumers keep more of their money.

Having inside information is an advantage in almost every instance, including saving money on health insurance. In this new book, author Katherine Woodfield offers tips on lowering health insurance premiums so consumers keep more of their money. It’s no secret that insurance companies are in the business to make money. What’s not as well known is how to save money when buying insurance.

“Don’t Buy THAT Health Insurance: Become an Educated Health Care Consumer” provides an overview of the health insurance industry, including its early history, as well as information to help people reduce their insurance premiums, lower medical expenses and see the doctors they want. Woodfield answers questions such as why health insurance rates keep rising, how managed care companies compensate contracted doctors, and whether insurance agents are an ally or an enemy.

A workbook allows readers to compare specific information relevant to their care. A list of questions to ask employers and a glossary of terms ranging from “affiliation period” to to “waiting period” helps readers become more informed consumers, allowing them to make cost-saving decisions about a modern-day necessity: health insurance.

Author Katherine Woodfield, a two-time cancer survivor, turned her experience and that of dealing with her late husband’s medical journey into a career brokering health insurance. She has 20 years of experience in medical and health sales, as well as an MBA from Penn State University. As her website notes, “One group at a time, Ms. Woodfield has reduced premiums, empowered employees with understanding, and expanded coverage to people who had never had coverage before.”

For additional information, please visit http://www.healthcare-insurance-education.com.

Don’t Buy THAT Health Insurance: Become an Educated Health Care Consumer
K. Woodfield
Dog Ear Publishing
ISBN: 978-1-4575-1532-3
160 pages
$13.95 US

Available at Ingram, Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble and fine bookstores everywhere.

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