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Types of Health Plans

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Today, more choices for healthcare exist than ever before. That is definitely great news for the consumer. With all this additional choice, however, comes the responsibility of educating yourself about the numerous different types of health insurance plans. There are several types of insurance plans, and many different healthcare providers for each type of plan. Choose a plan from the list below to learn more:

PPO Plans
POS Plans
HMO Plans
Health Savings Accounts (HSA)
Self-Directed Health Plans (SDHP)
Prescription Plans
Discount Plans

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