“Maximize Your Health Insurance” delivers valuable strategies and tips that will help you proactively navigate the complicated health insurance landscape to keep money in your pocket. Available now on Amazon or Kindle.
Are you leaving money on the table?
People in the United States are wasting money every year by not managing their health insurance effectively. Being aware of health insurance plan rules, laws and features can help you stay ahead of the game.
- Do you ask your doctor up front whether a procedure is covered?
- Do you know what your out-of-pocket costs will be before a procedure is performed?
- Can you have both an HSA and an FSA at the same time?
- How long do you have to submit a mid-year life event change to your benefits?
Health insurance is complicated. Even the experts can’t always figure it out. Whether you get your health insurance through your employer or on the open market, everyone can benefit from being an active consumer of their health insurance. No one will do it for you.
Be informed now!
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“Contains insightful tips that will save you money! – I highly recommend this book. It is insightful, and easy to read. It provides great background information, and practical examples – which means everyone can benefit from reading it (both healthcare/HR professionals and novices). I worked in the benefits field for many years, and learned a lot!”
“A Must Read – William Pokluda’s Book “Maximize Your Health Insurance” takes the guess work out of understanding Health Insurance.
The author breaks down health plan options and helps the reader navigate and evaluate them in simple terms which for most may be confusing and a grey area.
William provides sound advice and tips to make wiser decisions to keep or put your own money back into your pocket, at least until it’s truly needed. And then, only pay what you owe.”
William J. Pokluda is a certified benefits professional with over 30 years of experience managing corporate benefits. As a health insurance advocate, William believes people can increase health insurance literacy leading to quality healthcare outcomes for themselves and their families.