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Health insurance is heavily regulated by state governments, so any search for affordable medical insurance should start by requesting a free health insurance quote for your state. HealthInsuranceFinders.com is continually adding information for consumers to use in researching their medical insurance options. The laws that govern health insurance can vary substantially from state to state so it is important that you understand the specific regulations governing medical coverage in your state and how they might affect any health insurance quotes you receive. Each of our state pages offers access to medical insurance quotes for all insurance types as well as information about the regulations governing individual (family) and group plans. Regular news article additions provide pertient coverage of the hot topics affecting the healthcare industry in your state and our feed reader pulls in up-to-the-minute coverage so you can find more information on events as they happen.
Federal regulations establish minimum standards for the medical insurance industry in the United States. States are expected to improve on these minimum standards based on the needs of their residents. This dual layer of laws and regulations can make navigating the health care system confusing and intimidating. It is important for any consumer looking for a health insurance quote to understand how these regulations affect their options and to have access to the organizations that govern the industry in case they have any questions. Persuant of our mission to educate consumers about their options, we have written, collected and organized resources dedicated to each state that outline the various regulations, state-sponsored medical insurance programs, and various governmental resources available online.
To learn more about the medical insurance regulations governing a particular state or to find access to additional resources and quotes for medical insurance, choose your state to the right. If you have already been denied coverage by an insurance carrier or cannot afford medical coverage, please review the information about each state's high-risk pool for the uninsurable and State Children's Health Insurance Program, where applicable.
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