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Types and rates of health care insurance coverage have changed considerably in the last 50 - 60 years. From the 1960s through the 1980s, the principal type of group health insurance was indemnity insurance. Its benefit design required covered individuals to pay a portion of provider billed charges after meeting an annual deductible.
From the 1980s forward, indemnity coverage was replaced by managed care. Health care providers (physicians and hospitals, etc.) were required to accept and share in the financial risk. It also was more precise in defining the benefits that were covered and introduced wellness and prevention programs.
In the early 2000's employers began using Consumer-Directed Health Plans for both cost-savings and cost-containment. Basically, they are an approach that includes employees (the consumers) in making decisions about their health care.
The purpose of this course is two-fold:
1. To study what Consumer-Directed Health Plans are, how they work, and the pros and cons of owning them; and
2. To explore their prospective marketplaces.
This course has been approved by the Florida Department of Financial Services for insurance continuing education credit. No classroom attendance required. This FL Intermediate CE course is approved for 2hrs of CE credit for all licenses (except 3-20).
Course Provider: OnLine Training Institute
Florida Provider #: 366468
FLDFS Course Approval #: 104236
OLT Course #: INSCE033
|Provider Name||OnLine Training Institute|
|Course Approval #||104236|
|Satisfies State Requirements||Florida|
|License Type||All Licenses (except 3-20 Public Adjusters) as a General Elective course|
|Course Length||2 hours|
|Enrollment Length||30 days|
|Extension Availability||Yes, a 30-day extension, for a $49.00 charge, may be requested a maximum of three times and should be requested BEFORE the course expires.|