Apr. 3rd, 2009

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So, in the insurance class, we were polled as to who had insurance and whose insurance covered acupuncture and yelled at a bit. It's true, I should support my profession by purchasing a plan that has the coverage that I myself could bill for. However, my vocation is currently not supporting me, so I have to go with what is effective and affordable.

I managed to get through the winter plague with lots of rest and my own medicine. Which wholesales for less than the cost of a copay, even if I had decent insurance. According to my financials, my only medical expense in the last year was my annual pap smear. And my agent just showed me HSA plans that cover routine wellness after 90 days (I plan to get in just under the wire this month at my gyn's office before I change plans). Giant deductible (though considerably less than I ended up paying for my appendectomy a few years ago), but $0 out of pocket with a $2 million cap after that. No prescription coverage.

Given my profession and my general state of health (my appendix is gone now, what else could spontaneously go wrong? Shut up.), any precautionary tales? Because catastrophic coverage for $120/mo or less is looking pretty good.

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