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Our professionals have years of experience assisting clients with health insurance.  We have the expertise and knowledge required to get the right coverage for your needs.

We are here for you today - and in the future.

NewPlanOptions.com has a world of experience in all aspects of insurance.  However what really sets us apart is our personal committment to our clients.  You can expect a refreshing level of respect and appreciation whenever you call on our services.

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At NewPlanOptions.com, I was able to instantly see the various plan choices that were available to me. Their staff is knowledgeable and friendly. I enthusiastically recommend their services. 
Richard D.


CMS Insurance Agency has been my health insurance rep for several years.  Every time I called, there was a friendly person there who patiently answered all of my questions - and I had a lot.  There is no way I would have been able to figure out my health insurance coverage without them.
Marilyn J.

About Us

CMS Insurance Agency has been a family owned business since 1985.  The company is headed by Colette Saigh and Steve Saigh.

There are CMS Insurance Agency offices in several states.  We are licensed in 45 states.

Today's Health Insurance Tip:



Good to know:  Check medical bills for errors.  Medical billing errors happen a lot more than you would think.  Oddly, these errors almost always benefit the hospital or medical facility.  Make sure that you receive an itemized bill in the mail.  These bills delineate in detail the charges you incurred for each of your medical procedures.  In this regard, they contain greater utility than the explanation of benefits (EOB) you generally receive in the mail.  If your medical bill omits key information regarding charges incurred, contact your healthcare facility and ask for an itemized bill.  Once you have received this bill, review it carefully.  Did you actually receive every procedure listed?  If so, is the cost what you were promised beforehand?  Additionally, look out for billing errors when it comes to pharmaceuticals.  Often, healthcare billers make the mistake of charging individuals for name-brand drugs instead of generic drugs.

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