As chronic illness continues to affect many Americans, high out-of-pocket costs go along with it. When faced with chronic illness, a Platinum-marketed policy can help protect our customers from the burden of these expenses. Chronic diseases are ongoing illnesses and conditions, such as cancer, heart disease and diabetes. According to the Centers for Disease Control […]view post
Platinum Careers: Culture
If you want to work with great people, market a premier product, learn from top sales leaders, and indulge in world-class trips and events, there is no place like Platinum.
Dedication. It’s who we are. That’s why each time a customer or sales representative calls with a question or a claim, our customer service team will go above and beyond to address their needs—let them tell you for themselves. For more than 20 years, Platinum Supplemental Insurance has marketed supplemental insurance policies that protect thousands […]view post
A family’s future. Their way of life. When facing a critical illness or hospitalization, these are just two things a Platinum-marketed policy can help our customers protect. Out-of-pocket medical costs associated with a hospitalization or critical illness can leave someone in a tight situation—a 2014 Gallup poll found that 33 percent of Americans have put […]view post
Our customers love country-living, but many factors put rural Americans at a higher risk of death than their urban counterparts. A supplemental insurance policy, like those marketed by Platinum, could help combat a few of these risks. Around 15 percent of the U.S. population lives in rural areas. A common challenge of rural living is […]view post
Stroke is one of the leading causes of death for Americans and a leading cause of serious long-term disability. In case of a stroke diagnosis, are you financially prepared for the out-of-pocket costs associated with the recovery process? The signs of a stroke often go unnoticed because most people are unaware of the major symptoms […]view post
The Thelander Family An annual checkup became a life-changing diagnosis for Denise Thelander when her doctor felt a lump on her thyroid that Denise was unaware of. After a biopsy yielded unclear results, surgery provided a definite answer—it was cancer, and it had spread. “I had a pretty positive prognosis,” Denise said. “It had spread […]view post