How much does a health insurance broker cost?

February 11, 2016

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Health insurance brokers are free (at least for the person buying the plan, which is YOU).

Here is how a broker works:

You contact a broker and tell them what you’re looking for in a health insurance plan. They do some research and give you a couple of plan options. You select the option you want and purchase the plan through the broker (again, this is free to you). This is when the relationship begins between you and the health insurance carrier you just bought a plan with. Essentially a broker is like a middleman (or woman!), and the carrier pays the broker a commission for making this connection.

Brokers are free to you and they’re really helpful: they save you the time and energy of searching for a health insurance plan.

HOWEVER, if you buy a plan through us, good ol’ KindHealth, not only is it easy, we also offer you a free KindHealth Personal Advocate to help you with all your billing, scheduling and treatment questions. Think of them as your own personal health insurance assistant. Who doesn’t want that?