Fallon Community Health Plan (FCHP)
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If you are living in Massachusetts and are looking
for one of America’s top health plans, you have come
to the right place. Fallon Community Health Plan can definitely
help you – they have a broad range of individual health
insurance plans to choose from.
Many people have group health insurance, but
it is not unusual to need individual coverage. It may seem
confusing at first, but once you know the reasons for the
difference in premiums, you won’t feel so bewildered.
Let’s explain – there are four items you choose
when setting up a health plan that contribute to the annual
cost of health insurance: annual deductible, range of services,
accessibility of doctors, and coinsurance (costs you shoulder
out-of-pocket). Each of these varies according to how much
coverage you are looking for.
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Fallon Community Health Plan Office Location
10 Chestnut Street
Worcester, MA 01608
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