Why should students have health insurance?

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William Hook Profile
William Hook answered

Health care expenses such as those associated with unexpected illness, accidents, or mental health care can destabilize a student’s financial situation and derail his/her progress toward a degree. These potential barriers to attendance and degree completion are reduced when students have health insurance. Conversely, students without health insurance who do not have access to needed specialty care or hospitalization may attempt to continue their academic pursuits but fail to reach their full potential due to their untreated illness. The Affordable Care Act requires most people to have health insurance. Know more at: http://emglobalinsurance.com/

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Taila Nevado Profile
Taila Nevado answered

Hello, as there are
so many accidents that may occur in an educational institute, students must
have health insurance. Especially the younger ones who tend to hurt themselves
the most. Schools or colleges which provide this service usually attract more
students, as parents feel more secure to send their children to these
institutions.

National Insurance Profile

Whether it is student or anyone else, everyone should get Health Insurance Policy. Health Insurance policy covers many things that can help you financially in critical conditions. There are many companies that provides specialised Student Health Insurance Policy. The best part of Health Insurance Policy is cashless facility. There are many insurance companies that provides Cashless benefits at their networked Hospitals which decreases the instant money problem.

National Insurance offers various Health Insurance Policy. Do visit National Health Insurance Policies once to get to know about all the benefits and features.

Adam Akim Profile
Adam Akim answered

Being that unexpected sickness is one of the leading factors for causing family debt,student health insurance should be seen as an essential investment. ... Even after sacrificing some of your health care, it is common that a portion of ones savings shift to cover medical expenses rather than other necessary payments.

Thomas H Cullen Profile
Thomas H Cullen answered

Health insurance shouldn't exist, as healthcare should be free anyway. To accomodate this freedom, higher education should be demolished

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