Blog: Medical Underwriting

Let’s say you have Atrial Fibrillation. If you signed up for a new health insurance policy, it’s very common that that policy wouldn’t cover any medical bills associated with your Afib for 6 months.

If you have Atrial Fibrillation, commonly referred to as AFib, you may want to know if you’re still able to get a Medicare Supplement.

If you or a family member is living with Alzheimer’s Disease or any other kind of dementia, you might be curious if insurance is still an option.

We compared height and weight charts between over a dozen carriers, and we found that most of their charts tended to follow a specific pattern – BMIs.

When you have a health condition like COPD or emphysema, getting Medicare Supplement insurance can be a huge point of concern. We’d like to share how you can get a Medicare Supplement even if you do have COPD or emphysema.

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