The Anatomy of Health Insurance [Infographic]

April 19, 2012
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Health insurance is one of those necessities of life that everyone needs it but most don’t understand how it works. This infographic breaks down how health insurance works in simplest form so it’s easily understood by the masses. There are some other facts and estimates related to health insurance premiums as well that might shock you. Hope you find this information useful and health insurance doesn’t become as complicated as it once was after seeing this infographic. 

Health insurance is one of those necessities of life that everyone needs it but most don’t understand how it works. This infographic breaks down how health insurance works in simplest form so it’s easily understood by the masses. There are some other facts and estimates related to health insurance premiums as well that might shock you. Hope you find this information useful and health insurance doesn’t become as complicated as it once was after seeing this infographic. 

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Anatomy of Health Insurance | Infographic |
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