Keep in mind you get what you pay for. If you make your purchase decision based on cost, just know you may be compromising the quality of the plan. Cheaper is not always better. There are many levels within a health plan. From co-pays to actual coverage. When you go to use this "way cheaper" health insurance, you will learn that your claim will not be covered or not sufficiently covered .
You may be saving money on your monthly premium ultimately, you will be paying more out of pocket for co-insurance, non-covered illness, preventative measures, surgical procedures, labs, hospital stays, etc. The plan you now own based on the "cheapness" of it, is now costing you more.
It's not about spending. It's about investing in your health and future. Quality will never fail you.
Trisha M. Pacenti RN, BSN