Cancer treatment accounts for about 10 percent of all U.S. health expenses.
In fact, no single disease accounts for more than a small proportion of the American public's health care bill. This is why it is essential to have insurance coverage for all conditions, not just cancer.
Cancer insurance provides benefits only if you get cancer.
No policy will cover you for cancer diagnosed before you applied for the policy. Examples of other specified-disease policies are heart attack or stroke policies.
The information in this booklet applies to cancer insurance, but could very well apply to other specified- disease policies. CANCER INSURANCE IS NOT A SUBSTITUTE FOR COMPREHENSIVE COVERAGE
The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) is an organization that provides guidance and resources for insurance companies and consumers.
The NAIC's Cancer Insurance Guide is a comprehensive resource for understanding cancer insurance coverage and how it can benefit you.
The Guide covers topics such as eligibility requirements, types of coverage, cost, and how to file a claim. It also provides advice on how to evaluate cancer insurance policies and select the right plan for you.
The Guide is an invaluable tool for to help you make informed decisions about cancer insurance coverage. Contact us today to get your FREE copy of this guide. You'll be glad you did.