New Resources for Georgia Health Insurance

We have updated two resource pages for those looking for information on health and dental insurance in Georgia.

Patient Charity has been a top ranked site for information on charitable programs for low income and uninsured in Georgia. For years it was a stand alone site but was incorporated into my primary site a few months ago. Since the first of the year we have added many more resources for the uninsured and uninsurable in Georgia.

We recently paired with COBRA Insurance to provide the number one resource for COBRA on the web. Their FAQ section has answers to more than 1800 COBRA related question and is indexed and fully searchable.  This inspired us to add our on FAQ section to Georgia Insurance Shop. (More on that later).

At Patient Charity you can find information on taxpayer funded government programs for the poor and uninsured including links to Georgia Peachcare for Kids.

Other points of interest on Patient Charity include:

Healthfinder, a site that points you to clinics that are either free or charge on a sliding scale.

Benefit Checkup where you can learn about government entitlement programs for the poor and aged.

Out of Pocket is one of our favorite sites to look up the cost of common medical procedures.

We just introduced a new Georgia Health Insurance Resource section with links and information specifically for Georgia residents. You can link to the GA DOI (Dept of Insurance) website and find answers to frequently asked questions as well as looking up information on licensed insurance agents. Is the person you are dealing with LICENSED to offer insurance in Georgia or are they just a shyster looking to peddle a sham product?

Many people have COBRA benefits that are expiring and their health prevents them from qualifying for major medical. In the Georgia Health Insurance Resource section you will find a link to the Georgia assignment application including details on plan options and rates. (More information is in our revised FAQ section).

Check out links to Atlanta Community Access Coalition, BRAVE Kids, Babies Can't Wait, Candlelighters Childrens Cancer Foundation, Georgia Cares, Parent to Parent and more.

We also have information on INSURED plans for those who cannot afford or qualify for traditional major medical insurance. Georgia Health Access is a  basic health insurance plan. No physical exam is required.

Pair Health Access with an Accident Insurance Plan for enhanced coverage such as well as dental and critical illness insurance.

We hope these additions and changes will prove beneficial to those looking for general information on health care as well those seeking quotes on affordable health insurance in Georgia.

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