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LSC Health Insurance is a comprehensive service provided by the company that offers individuals and families financial protection and peace of mind regarding their healthcare needs.

LSC is licensed to practice in multiple US states

  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • South Carolina
  • North Carolina
  • Missouri
  • Kansas
  • Iowa
  • Michigan
  • Texas
  • Nevada

LSC has been licensed to practice insurance in multiple US states, demonstrating its commitment to meeting regulatory requirements and ensuring its services comply with state-specific insurance laws and guidelines, thereby providing coverage options that are safe and reliable to individuals and companies.

We provide Health Insurance (for all ages, including people 65 years or older).

Obamacare Health Insurance

Obamacare, officially known as the Affordable Care Act (ACA), is a healthcare reform law enacted in the United States in 2010.

Its purpose is to make healthcare more accessible and affordable for Americans. Obamacare introduced key provisions, including creating health insurance marketplaces where individuals and small businesses can compare and purchase insurance plans. Additionally, Obamacare prohibits insurance companies from denying coverage or charging higher premiums based on pre-existing conditions.

The law also expanded Medicaid eligibility to provide coverage for low-income individuals and families. Overall, Obamacare aims to increase healthcare coverage and promote a more equitable healthcare system in the United States.

Medicare Health Insurance

Medicare is a federal health insurance program established in the United States in 1965.

It is primarily designed to provide healthcare coverage for individuals aged 65 and older and younger individuals with disabilities. Medicare is divided into different parts to address specific healthcare needs. Part A covers hospital insurance, including inpatient hospital stays, skilled nursing facility care, and some home healthcare services.

Part B provides medical insurance, covering doctor visits, outpatient care, preventive services, and durable medical equipment. Part D offers prescription drug coverage, helping beneficiaries afford necessary medications. Medicare also offers Medicare Advantage Plans (Part C), which allow private insurance companies to provide Medicare benefits with additional coverage options.

Medicare is crucial in ensuring access to healthcare for a significant portion of the US population as they age or face disabilities.

Private Insurance

Private insurance refers to insurance coverage provided by private companies or organizations instead of government-funded insurance programs.

It is typically offered to individuals or through employers as group coverage. Private insurance plans vary in coverage options, costs, and benefits. These plans may include health insurance, life insurance, property and casualty insurance, and more.

Health insurance through private insurers often allows individuals to choose from various projects that fit their specific healthcare needs, with options ranging from basic coverage to comprehensive packages. Private insurance is crucial in giving individuals choice and flexibility in accessing insurance protection tailored to their unique circumstances and preferences.

Group Insurance

Group insurance is an insurance policy that provides coverage to a specific group of people, usually employees of a company or members of an organization.

An employer typically offers it as part of an employee benefits package. Under group insurance, a single policy covers all group members, spreading the risk among more individuals. This type of insurance often offers more affordable rates and broader coverage than individual insurance plans.

Group insurance commonly includes health and dental insurance, life insurance, disability insurance, and other offerings depending on the group's specific needs. Group insurance provides members financial protection and peace of mind, ensuring they are covered for various risks and enabling them to access essential services and benefits at a reduced cost.

Health Care Medical Discount Plan

A Health Care Medical Discount Plan is a program that offers members access to discounted rates for various healthcare services. Unlike traditional health insurance, a medical discount plan does not directly cover medical expenses. Still, it enables members to avail of significant discounts on medical treatments, prescription drugs, dental care, vision care, and other healthcare services. Members typically pay a monthly or annual fee to join the discount plan and gain access to a network of participating healthcare providers who have agreed to offer services at reduced rates. While medical discount plans can help individuals and families save money on healthcare expenses, it's important to note that they are not a substitute for health insurance and do not provide full coverage for medical treatments or protect against high medical costs.

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