David Haass is the COO of Elite Insurance Partners & MedicareFAQ. A visionary with experience propelling innovation in the Insurance field, he is highly regarded for driving industry standards in client experience and cutting-edge technologies. Mr. Haass is an active contributor on the Forbes Financial Council, recognized for building brand trust and establishing strong customer relations, motivated by a genuine desire to demystify health insurance options.
Mr. Haass and his team at EIP represent over 30 carriers throughout the nation. They work with clients nationally, helping them make educated decisions on all their healthcare insurance needs. EIP ranks in the top 5 Medicare brokerages in the nation and their licensed agents are considered to be the best in the Medicare insurance industry.
EIP's primary market is Medicare, but they also help with:
- Dental Insurance
- Vision Insurance
- Cancer Insurance
- Heart Attack insurance
- Stroke Insurance
- Long-Term Care Insurance
- Disability Insurance
- HMO / PPO Insurance
Medicare covers many senior care services. Although, there are exceptions, limitations and costs you need to know about. Understanding the coverage Medicare provides will make receiving care easier. When you know what to expect, you can plan accordingly.
It seems to be common knowledge that healthcare in our nation is outrageously expensive. But why is this? In the United States, we see healthcare costs that are nearly double than compared to any other developed nation in the world.
New Medicare Advantage Long Term Care (LTC) benefits are on the way. LTC financing has become a crisis in America. With rising costs, increasing demand, and few resources to help pay for care, seniors and families are feeling the strain.
In the national debate over health insurance, the Affordable Care Act gets the spotlight. However, most Americans don’t get their health insurance on the ACA's exchanges. They have insurance through their employers.
Unlike “Medicare for All,” which would completely overhaul our health insurance system, Medicare at 50 focuses on giving people in their 50s and 60s additional options that will make healthcare more affordable.
Are you currently, or soon to be, eligible for Medicare? Signing up for Medicare, and understanding when to sign up, can be a complicated process. Most importantly, there are some late penalties that baby boomers absolutely need to know about.
If you're a baby boomer who's enrolled in Medicare, then you'll soon be receiving a brand-new redesigned Medicare card in the mail. These new Medicare cards are an important step forward in combatting identity theft, and when you receive your card, you should start using it right away.