We have to pay for many things. For example – as if you need one – we pay for food, we pay for clothing, and we pay for transportation. Sure, we could grow our own food on farms, sew our own clothes from sheep, and get to where we’re going by walking – in theory. But when it comes down to it, we can’t do these things because we don’t have the skills, training, resources, or education to do them. Or, in the case of walking, we just don’t want to.
The same is true for health care. In theory, we could take care of each other. So many people have become doctors – why can’t we all? In reality, not everyone has the skills, training, resources, or education to be doctors. And again, some people just don’t want to.
Therefore, we pay for health care, just as we pay for so many things, and like so many other things, health care is expensive. When things become too expensive, many of us tend to cut a few corners here and there just to be able to afford whatever it is we’re paying for.
One way to cut corners when it comes to getting affordable health care insurance is to purchase a major medical plan. Major medical plans cover just that – major medical needs. Surgeries, operations, serious emergencies – they’re all covered under a major medical plan. You may be wondering, “How could a major medical plan act as affordable health care insurance when it covers the most expensive health care procedures?”
This is where we go back to cutting corners. A major medical plan cuts out routine visits to doctors and other “minor” health care procedures, so you’re only paying premiums for major medical care.
If you’re looking for health insurance but can’t afford a regular policy, consider purchasing a major medical plan. After all, cutting corners is better than not having any health insurance.