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Consider individual health coverage for your student

By: blocke

One thing about health care coverage: it never fails to leave you challenged and confused. The latest evidence is that many colleges and universities are phasing out or scaling back their school-sponsored medical plans sold to students. Blame it mostly on escalating costs associated with the higher coverage requirements of[…]

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By: jsheehan

Insurance can be confusing. There are many different types of plans, within those plans are different levels of coverage, and policies often come with exclusions. Understanding your own risk, where you are vulnerable and what you should do to mitigate that risk is often overwhelming. Thinking about the “what if’s”[…]

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Sallie Mae Insurance Services Now Available to College Students at SallieMae.com

By: blocke

NEWARK, Del.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Sallie Mae, the nation’s No. 1 financial services company specializing in education, today announced that new insurance products designed to help families protect their investment in higher education are now available at SallieMae.com. As college campuses around the country begin their second term, the online launch of[…]

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StudentHealthPlan.com Gives College Students More Choice, Better Options for Health Insurance

By: blocke

Enhanced health insurance offering from Next Generation Insurance Group especially appealing to non-traditional students Boston, Mass. – September 30, 2011 – Required health insurance policies for college students vary in quality and coverage. Students are often unclear about alternatives or complementary plans. Next Generation Insurance Group (NGI) has launched its[…]

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Innovations in Insurance Marketing

By: nextgenins

Congratulations to eHealth (disclosure – eHealth is a business partner of Next Generation Insurance Group) for taking an innovative approach to educating young adults regarding the importance of taking responsibility for their health insurance options. eHealth has created “crowd-sourced” videos that can be found at YouTube page, and all center on[…]

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College Health Insurance Reviewed by the Wall Street Journal

By: nextgenins

The September 26th edition of the Wall Street Journal published an article titled How College Health Plans Are Failing Students. The article written by Jessical Silver-Greenberg and Mary Pilon, is comprehensive in its discussion of the limits of many school sponsored student health plans. However, it failed to address just how few affordable choices[…]

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Flu Season Can Impact Students’ Ability to Succeed in School; Consider Protecting the Investment in College in Case of Medical Withdrawal

By: nextgenins

With college campuses again buzzing with students, the fall will bring concerns about the flu and other potentially serious illnesses. As parents remind their students to get flu shots, they should also consider how an illness like the flu or mononucleosis can impact academic performance – as well as their[…]

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NPR’s Big 5 Health Issues Facing Students – Supports Need for Tuition Insurance

By: nextgenins

National Public Radio created a fantastic summary of the Big 5 Issues facing students on campus. NGI’s GradGuard recognizes that these health issues are also real potential risks that may interrupt an academic semester and also lead to a medical withdrawal.  These “Big 5″ reminders by NPR are another independent source recognizing the[…]

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