Short term medical Blog Posts

HCC Medical Insurance Services Gives Back to Its Agents

HCC Medical Insurance Services Gives Back to Its Agents

Posted by Muhammad Yasin on March 28, 2014 in Insurance

We’ve all been there. It’s a quarter after five on Friday, and your son’s baseball game starts in 20 minutes. You’re trying to finish up one last comparison for a client who leaves on a business trip to China next week. You’re trying to ensure that you choose the best plan for your client, but the company websites you depend on for plan information and quoting seem like labyrinths hiding the information you’re searching for... Read More ...

Meet Latoiya, Customer Service Specialist

Meet Latoiya, Customer Service Specialist

Posted by Muhammad Yasin on March 28, 2014 in Insurance

Meet Latoiya, one of our dedicated Customer Service Specialists. HCC Medical Insurance Services offers personal service via phone 24/7 in addition to email, live chat and Twitter during normal business hours. For a full listing of the travel assistance services provided by our service center, visit the customer care page.... Read More ...

MultiNational Underwriters to be Named HCC Medical Insurance Services

MultiNational Underwriters to be Named HCC Medical Insurance Services

Posted by Muhammad Yasin on March 28, 2014 in Insurance

Effective July 1, 2009, MultiNational Underwriters will be operating under the name of HCC Medical Insurance Services (HCCMIS for short). This new name further assimilates the company with its parent company, HCC Insurance Holdings, Inc, which is rated A+ by A.M. Best and has assets of over $8 billion.... Read More ...

5 Questions to Be Prepared for in Your Next Interview

5 Questions to Be Prepared for in Your Next Interview

Posted by Muhammad Yasin on March 28, 2014 in Life Transitions

During your time out of work, you’ve done everything right that you can think of: polishing up your resume, reaching out to your old business contacts, you may have even gotten yourself some short-term medical insurance so that you had coverage during your time off. Nice work! Now you’ve landed an interview for a job. After doing some research and practicing your interview skills in the mirror, you’re feeling calm, cool and ready.... Read More ...

Dealing with Being Laid Off

Dealing with Being Laid Off

Posted by Jonathan Daniel on February 26, 2015 in Life Transitions

Dealing with being laid off is one of the most difficult experiences to go through in life. The mechanics of dealing with a layoff are well documented. Update your resume and LinkedIn page, spread the word, scope out potential companies, etc. But there is one aspect that doesn’t get a lot of attention and that’s a mistake.... Read More ...

Dealing With Being Laid Off: One Man’s Story

Dealing With Being Laid Off: One Man’s Story

Posted by Jonathan Daniel on February 26, 2014 in Life Transitions

Dealing with being laid off is one of life’s great Catch-22 situations. When you’re working, you often want nothing more than time off to travel, spend time with your family, fix up the house, or just decompress. When you lose your job you have nothing but time but may not be able to justify traveling or... Read More ...

Top Job Search Sites

Top Job Search Sites

Posted by Jarred Juett on March 27, 2014 in Life Transitions

Monster has been around longer than many other job search sites and is also one of the largest. Monster provides a trusted name for people looking for jobs online. On Monster, you can either search for jobs or put up a for-hire ad and upload a résumé. After signing up with Monster, you can upload... Read More ...

Your Adult Child Moving Back In

Your Adult Child Moving Back In

Posted by Daniel Giffin on December 9, 2014 in Life Transitions

As a parent, you undoubtedly want what is best for you children. But sometimes it can be difficult to help them, especially if their goals are at odds with your own, or if your child or children do not welcome your advice or assistance. And even when you are all on the same page, things can be tough.... Read More ...

Health Insurance Organizations and Programs

Health Insurance Organizations and Programs

Posted by Sandra Eblevi on December 9, 2014 in Life Transitions

This a challenging time to research health insurance policies and benefits. Although the ultimate results of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act promise to produce positive changes to our nation’s health care system, the industry is experiencing change and uncertainty. Resources, however, are available wherever you choose to turn. Dr. Carolyn McClanahan, a physician and a financial advisor, wrote a synthesis of the legislation for the website Forbes.com, titled “Cliffs Notes Version of the Affordable Care Act.” In the article, she summarizes the 10 titles of the bill and provides specifics as to what consumers can expect as changes are implemented over the next decade. Once each change has taken effect, professional researchers will identify the public and private agencies, departments, offices, foundations and other organizations involved in the current and planned healthcare system. In the meantime, here are other resources for your search.... Read More ...