A health or sickness insurance policy allows you to protect yourself from the nasty expenses that can generate your care needs in the event of an illness. You will focus only on your health and recovery regardless of your finances and resources on D-Day.
Gatineau Insurance supports a large number of people in Gatineau and Ottawa to shop for the best health insurance coverage according to the person’s age, health status, income and family situation.
Gatineau Insurance also supports you in the shopping of your health insurance without a medical examination being required!
For more information on health insurance in Quebec and Ontario, call us at 819-663-7535 or use our contact form for an appointment.
Purchasing health insurance is a great way to protect yourself and your family. Shopping for health insurance will have to be very thoughtful, indeed, it is a very important decision to make.
To properly shop for your health insurance, contact your insurance broker, Michel Birkner. He will be able to advise you and explain the various issues and benefits of health insurance.
Don’t wait to be sick to purchase health insurance. It is probably true that the younger you are and healthier, your health insurance will cost you less.
When shopping for your health insurance, take into consideration the different constraints of your health care system and especially the expenses incurred for illnesses, care or drugs not covered by the Régie de l'Assurance Maladie du Québec (RAMQ) if you are a resident of Quebec or by the health insurance authority of your province.
For example, without being exhaustive, the following are expenses not covered by the RAMQ. (Their coverage depends on the person’s age or personal situation.):
By shopping your health insurance you will discover the availability of several different health insurance coverage. Your insurance broker, Mr. Michel Birkner, will be able to advise you and explain the policy and health insurance coverage most appropriate to your needs and your health condition.
You will save time to choose your health insurance properly. Depending on your conditions, you may purchase health insurance that requires a prior health check or not.
To learn more, call us at 819-663-7535 or use our contact form for an appointment.
While not exhaustive, the main health insurance coverage taken out by Canadians is:
When taking out critical illness insurance, the eligible person will receive a lump sum payment as soon as a diagnosis of the illness covered by the health insurance policy is confirmed. The lump sum payment will be made in a single payment as soon as the prescriber’s request is submitted and evaluated, it is not taxable and will not require any reason or proof of expenditure. Its use remains at your own discretion.
Many of the most serious illnesses affecting Canadians are covered by a health insurance policy, you can define the number of serious illnesses you want to cover as well as who is eligible.
Call your insurance broker to advise you to choose your critical illness insurance according to your needs.
According to the Canadian Life and Health Insurance Association (CLHIA), by 2036, 25% of the population will be over the age of 65 and nearly one million Canadians will suffer from dementia.
In addition, and regardless of your age, you may for some reason no longer be able to take care of yourself for your daily activities.
As long-term care is not covered by the public health system, the public health system covers a very small portion of the costs of care at home or in specialized facilities, the rest of the costs will be borne by you.
By purchasing long-term care insurance, you will be able to cover the costs of long-term care and thus protect yourself from unnecessary financial difficulties.
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If you are an employee and do not benefit from disability and group pay insurance, if you are an entrepreneur or if you are self-employed, disability and salary insurance allows you to cover your monthly income for a predefined amount and period of time when you are unable to work due to illness or accident.
By calculating the monthly lump sum amount to be collected if you are unable to work, you can also cover the repayment of your loans or the repayment of your rent.
Each disability insurance policy and salary defines a lump sum ceiling to be paid to the beneficiary. Benefits received through disability and salary coverage are not taxable.
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