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Put Some Heart Into Your Health Benefits

Put Some Heart Into Your Health Benefits

Posted Feb 14, 2017 by Jenifer Dorsey

How Critical Illness Can Plans Can Help After a Cardiovascular-Related Medical Event

Cancer, major organ failure, paralysis; it’s difficult for anyone to imagine being diagnosed with one of these serious conditions—conditions for which many critical illness plans include benefits.

 

How critical illness plans work

 

Heart conditions, however, can hit closer to home. Consider this:

Critical illness plans sold through healthedeals.com include lump-sum benefits for cardiovascular conditions and procedures including:

♥ Heart attack

♥ Coronary bypass

♥ Angioplasty

♥ Stroke

You can use these lump-sum payments for medical bills, experimental treatments, childcare, transportation, living expenses and more—you get to decide.

 

How much does a critical illness plan cost?

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Between American Heart Month and Valentine’s Day, February is all about heart. It’s a good time to remember that critical illness plans can help them pay for out-of-pocket medical bills should one of the above cardiovascular incidents occur, possibly helping you and those they love have more time to focus on getting well.

 

Why buy critical illness coverage

 


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1Heron, Melonie and Robert N. Anderson. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. “Changes in the Leading Cause of Death: Recent Patterns in Heart Disease and Cancer Mortality.” NCHS Data Brief No. 254, August 2016. https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/products/databriefs/db254.htm

2The Heart Foundation. “Heart Disease: Scope and Impact.” Accessed February 6, 2017. http://www.theheartfoundation.org/heart-disease-facts/heart-disease-statistics/

3U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Million Hearts. “Costs & Consequences.” Accessed February 6, 2017. https://millionhearts.hhs.gov/learn-prevent/cost-consequences.html

4Isidore, Chris. “Your Heart Attack Bill: $3,300 in Arkansas, $92,000 in California.” NBC Money. May 13, 2013. http://money.cnn.com/2013/05/08/news/economy/hospital-bills/