potential out-of-pocket cost for stitches after a bicycle accident.3
potential out-of-pocket cost for cancer treatment.4
potential out-of-pocket cost due to a heart attack.5
Supplemental insurance can pick up where health insurance stops, paying benefits directly to insureds, unless otherwise assigned, to help them manage their out-of-pocket medical and non-medical expenses.
For covered accidental injuries — minor and major.
Hospital indemnity insurance
For covered admission or confinement to a hospital.
Critical illness insurance
For serious and potentially life-changing covered illnesses and health events.
Contact your Aflac representative to learn how supplemental benefits can help counter the sticker shock of expenses health insurance doesn’t cover.
1 Aflac. “Aflac WorkForces Report: Workplace Benefits Trends Executive Summary.” Published September 2020. Accessed 5.13.2021.
2 Society for Human Resource Management. “IRS Announces 2021 Limits for HSAs and High-Deductible Health Plans.” Published 5.21.2020. Accessed 5.18.2021.
3 Kaiser Health News. “After Kid’s Minor Bike Accident, Major Bill Sets Legal Wheels in Motion.” Published 11.25.2020. Accessed 5.18.2021.
4 Cancer Action Network. “The Costs of Cancer.” Published 2020. Accessed 5.18.2021.
5 The Commonwealth Fund. “Surprise! It’s a $164,000 Bill for Your Heart Attack.” Published 4.5.2019. Accessed 5.18.2021.
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