Health Insurance

We understand how important your and your family's health is. We work with multiple carriers to find you the right health insurance plan that keeps you protected if the unexpected happens.

Why Health Insurance?

Why Health Insurance?

When it comes to your health you can never be too careful, and with the rising cost of medical care, Health Insurance has become a top priority. In order to have your health expenses covered at a reasonable price, having the right insurance is a necessity. Although plans vary according to your needs, they can cover anything from medical and hospital expenses to prescription drugs.

While finding the right Health Insurance is not always an easy choice, representatives from Schneiter Agency Group are committed to providing the knowledge and support you need to help you make the right decision for you, your family, or your business.

At Schneiter Agency Group, we provide health care insurance services in and around Jones County.

Health Insurance may be the most important type of insurance you have

It affects more areas than just your health, it can also affect your financial bottom line.


Unexpected medical bills can devastate your finances.

Health insurance doesn’t just help you pay for care, it can also financially protect you and your family in the event of unexpected medical event.


Unpredictable costs can rob your peace of mind.

You don’t want to be in the position of adding “money stress” to an already stressful medical situation. Since care costs are so unpredictable, proper coverage can give you definite peace of mind in knowing you are protected from most of these costs.


Uncovered illness can eliminate your options.

Proper coverage means you have options. When you don’t have insurance, you’re at the mercy of the healthcare system, which often means no care at all.

Individual Health Insurance Plans

Individual Health Insurance Plans

On March 23, 2010, President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act. This law was designed to bring comprehensive health insurance reforms, hold insurance carriers accountable for costs, and  give more consumers access to health care.

Each year, there is a period of time called “open enrollment," which runs from November through January. During this time, you can shop and apply for a new health insurance plan if you find your current plan unsuitable. Once open enrollment period ends, you cannot buy or change a plan unless, you have a qualifying life event (such as losing your current coverage, getting married, or having a baby).

Consumers are also offered tax credits if their household income falls below established thresholds. The law also requires penalties, based on income or number of dependents, for consumers who choose not to participate in a health care plan.

Until recently, most people got their health insurance from their employer, and those with lower incomes received coverage from the government. But more and more, people are buying private health insurance plans tailor made for individuals, and families.

If you find yourself in this position, without a clear understanding of what you should do or even look for, you may want to investigate getting an individual health insurance plan from us now.

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Why choose Our Company?

Why choose Our Company?

Because we are an independent agency offering timely health insurance quotes and online applications from multiple health insurance companies. Compare options, and apply online from the convenience of your own home or office.

We can help you simplify what seems complex, and help you choose from quality, competitive health care plans, including:

  • HMO plans: An HMO, Health Maintenance Organization, is a specific type of health care plan that sets out guidelines under which doctors can operate. On average, health care coverage through the use of an HMO costs less than comparable insurance packages
  • Major Medical: Provides benefits for most types of medical expenses that may be incurred. Offering more complete coverage with fewer gaps, major medical insurance covers a much broader range of medical expenses with generally higher individual benefits and policy maximum limits
  • Surgical policies: Most health insurance plans sold today are major medical plans, but there are a few hospital and surgical health insurance plans on the market. Surgical health plans often aren't as comprehensive as major medical plans, but are typically less expensive
  • Dread Disease Policies: Often called “cancer policies,” dread disease policies cover one or more dread diseases: cancer, heart disease, or other major maladies
  • Hospital indemnity: A hospital indemnity plan provides a daily benefit each day you are hospitalized. This daily amount is paid to you, and the benefit is triggered simply by confinement as an inpatient
Why We're Different

Why We're Different

While most insurance products are similar in price and function, insurance providers vary when it comes to structuring a policy tailored to you.

After all, there’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all insurance policy when it comes to your business.

Contact us today, and we'll help you protect what matters most.