If you become injured or ill and are hospitalized, your health insurance will pay a portion of your costs. But no plan pays for everything. Your share of the hospital bill, including coinsurance, copays and deductibles could be costly—let alone the extra out-of-pocket expenses that might occur.
With Group Hospital Indemnity Insurance, you receive cash benefits for covered hospital stays and expenses. The money can help offset the hospital bill, take care of day-to-day expenses, or pay for anything you need. Plus, this insurance offers these advantages:
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Who is the provider?
Aflac is a Fortune 500 company, providing financial protection to more than 50 million people worldwide. When an insured gets sick or hurt, Aflac pays cash benefits fairly and promptly directly to the insured (unless assigned otherwise). For more than six decades, Aflac voluntary insurance plans have given insureds the opportunity to focus on recovery, not financial stress.
Continental American Insurance Company (CAIC), a proud member of the Aflac family of insurers, is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Aflac Incorporated and underwrites group coverage. CAIC is not licensed to solicit business in New York, Guam, Puerto Rico, or the Virgin Islands. This is a brief product overview only. Products and benefits vary by state and may not be available in some states. Plan design and optional benefits are selected at the employer level. The plan has limitations and exclusions that may affect benefits payable. Refer to the plan for complete details, limitations, and exclusions.
For groups sitused in California, group coverage is underwritten by Continental American Life Insurance Company. For groups sitused in New York, coverage is underwritten by American Family Life Assurance Company of New York.
How can this help me?
This plan pays a daily benefit if you have a covered stay in a hospital. The benefit amount is determined based on the number of days you stay. This coverage is a limited benefit plan. It is not health insurance and does not satisfy the requirement of minimum essential coverage under the Affordable Care Act.
Below are a few examples of how your insurance benefit could be used (coverage amounts may vary):
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How much will this coverage cost?
What if my employment status changes?