Presentation on theme: "HEALTH INSURANCE ASSESSMENT Objectives: TSWBAT apply content learned during the health insurance lesson to analyze policies for a given profile and for."— Presentation transcript:
HEALTH INSURANCE ASSESSMENT Objectives: TSWBAT apply content learned during the health insurance lesson to analyze policies for a given profile and for themselves.
Reading a Health Policy North Penn School District Health Insurance Policies for Employees Plan A & B = PPO Plan C = HMO There are different rates in-network vs. out-of-network Premiums are not listed – depends on how many people are on the plan and extra coverage added (dental, vision, major medical, etc.) Do not write or highlight this copy (this is not yours to keep – classroom copy)
Assessment Take out your notes: Intro to Consumer Health / Health care Facilities Health Care Providers Health Insurance Article /Fishbone Affordable Care Act Worksheet Health Insurance Note Outline Assessment: The policy handout is a classroom copy (you can not keep is or write on it) The assessment is open notes AND done individually. You may not talk but you can use your notes, a highlighter and common sense to complete it. When you are done: Return your health care policy and assessment to Mrs. P Sit and wait patiently until everyone is finished. If time permits or is needed - finish John Q and/or discuss John Q
John Q Discussion 1. Did the ending justify the means of Johns situation? WHY? 2. Do you think your parents would have done the same for you? WHY or WHY NOT? 3. What do you think you would do if you were in Johns situation? 4. What could John have done to prevent this situation regarding his insurance policy? 5. What things can you do to take charge of your own health care? What questions should you ask your doctor, parents, employer or Health Insurance Company? 6. Are you an organ donor? If yes – WHY? If no – would this situation in this movie change your mind? 7. What are some important life lessons you have now learned from watching John Q and our health insurance lesson in class?