Health insurance is expensive and complicated. Parents and students need information to make wise decisions. These articles will help.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) July 8, 2009
Graduations and summer vacations mark the beginning of an annual ritual: figuring out what college students should do for health insurance. BenefitsCafe.com has unique advice for students and parents.
Parents and students struggle to decide whether to stay on a parent's medical plan or enroll in a college-sponsored plan. Many students consider enrolling in their own permanent individual health insurance plans.
BenefitsCafe.com, a leader in California health insurance, has created a series of articles to help students and parents understand their health insurance options. The unique aspect of these articles is that they focus on the different needs of students at different times in their education. For example:
- Incoming freshmen and undergraduates have the option of staying on a parent's health plan or enrolling in a college sponsored plan;
- Recent graduates may have COBRA as an option or enrolling in their own individual health insurance plan; and,
- Graduate students may need to cover a spouse and plan for a new family which makes maternity coverage important.
Understanding the benefits offered in a college-sponsored plan often is central to the decision on which plan to select. So, BenefitsCafe.com has written a guide to understanding college health insurance plans.
Bruce Jugan, president of BenefitsCafe.com, said that "Health insurance is expensive and complicated. Parents and students need information to make wise decisions. These articles will help."
BenefitsCafe.com was founded in 1970 and is a leading health insurance agency with an expertise in individual, family and small group medical insurance in California. Representing Anthem Blue Cross, Aetna, Blue Shield of California, Kaiser and other insurance companies, BenefitsCafe.com helps people understand medical insurance and makes sure that their clients get the best benefits at the lowest cost. BenefitsCafe.com has over 300 pages of original articles, charts, graphs, blog posts and videos to help clients research and enroll in a California health insurance policy.
For more information about health insurance in California, call Bruce Jugan at 323-721-9121 or visit the web site http://www.BenefitsCafe.com.