Making health insurance options easier

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BONNERS FERRY — There is one thing that everyone needs or has, and that is health insurance.

Obtaining health insurance can be daunting for someone who doesn’t know where to look, what they need, or where to get the best rates. That is where Independent Health Agent Holly Clark comes in.

“I am a licensed health insurance professional and have been helping people for over 19 years,” said Clark. “I can save you time looking for products and educate you so understand all your options whether you are an individual, family, small group, or a senior.”

Clark is appointed with Blue Cross of Idaho, Regence, PacificSource, Well Care, EnvisionRx, as well as numerous Medicare Supplement companies.

Recently, Clark has been able to offer a cooperative health insurance alternative called Makida, which offers lower premiums for individuals, families, and small groups. She has been operating for about ten years and is licensed in Idaho, Montana, Washington, and Oregon.

Seniors that currently have a Medicare Advantage Plan from PacificSource or Blue Cross of Idaho, and got them directly from the company or through SHEBA, Clark is an independent agent that is available to talk over options.

“I will help you with a change of agent form so you can contact me every year with questions and changes per the plans,” said Clark. “This is not a third party change and you can still call the insurance company anytime you like.”

As a local business owner, Clark has brought a knowledge base to those seeking more information about health insurance to Boundary County.

“It is free to talk to me as an agent,” said Clark. “I receive commissions if you sign up with a company that I am appointed with.”

Clark can be contacted by email at hollyberryor@gmail.com, at 6476 South Main St. Suite C, or by calling 208-255-8899, or 208-267-6045.

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