For quality of life purposes, and for those who love you, your health should be a priority! If you’re in school, searching for a job, or waiting for a new employer’s benefits to begin, you may want to analyze your health insurance options. It’s always a good idea to help protect your pocketbook from an unexpected disability or health concern, at any age. And as a retiree, you may need to supplement your existing coverage or Medicare plan, or plan for the possibility of a need for long-term, skilled care. Through your membership with the ACS, you have several options to consider.
Group Disability Income replaces up to 60% of your monthly salary, up to $10,000 a month.
Group Hospital Indemnity pays up to $300 a day when you are hospitalized.
Long Term Care helps with expensive skilled care needs at home or in a facility while protecting your assets.
Short-Term Medical Insurance provides temporary protection when you’re between jobs or waiting for employer sponsored benefits to begin.
Medicare Supplement helps protect your savings and your future plans by filling the gaps left by your Medicare coverage.
Medical Discounts ACS Members and their family can now save on a wide range of health-related products and services.
A short online discussion designed to educate you on the basics of Medicare Supplement insurance such as what Medicare is and isn’t, buying a Medicare Supplement policy, and more.
Affordable Care Act Resources
On November 15, 2014 enrollment for the Health Insurance Marketplace begins. If you have questions or want more information visit our informational page for access to articles, websites and more.