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A new report from the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) says that a safe, healthy, and affordable way to keep your health information in your pocket is to have an emergency plan.

According to the report, an emergency health plan that includes emergency medical coverage (EMC) has been shown to reduce the number of emergency room visits for those who are elderly or disabled by more than 50%. 

The study also found that emergency medical treatment increased the health of those 65 and older by 6%, while those over 65 experienced a 10% increase in their overall survival rate. 

If you or someone you know is at risk of a medical emergency, you should take these steps to reduce your chances of needing an emergency room visit. 

“The benefits of emergency medical care are clear, and the cost is lower than other options, including the Medicare program,” the report states.

“Emergency medical care saves lives and prevents unnecessary health care costs.”

The National Center’s report also found the health benefits of EMC are greater than those of traditional Medicare, even when comparing them to other private insurance plans.

In particular, the report found that EMC benefits are twice as great as the benefits from traditional Medicare. 

For example, if you or a loved one had an emergency, your employer could pay for emergency medical treatments for a lower cost.

The report notes that the benefits are similar in all of the states where EMC is available. 

To get the most benefit out of EMCs, keep your emergency medical plan affordable and make sure it covers essential health care like prescription drugs and vaccines.

For example, the average cost of a prescription drug in the United States is about $400 a year, so an EMC would cost $100 a year. 

There are also other ways to save money that include being able to make payments on the back end of your insurance, and making other arrangements like paying cash back on your insurance policy, as well as paying monthly premiums.

You can read more about EMCs here. 

A more cost effective way to save is to get insurance coverage through an employer-sponsored plan.

In states that do not have employer-based plans, employers can choose to offer coverage to employees through their own employee-run plans, called health savings accounts (HSAs).

These are a great way to increase your savings by reducing the risk of getting sick and the costs associated with an emergency.

You will need to fill out a form and submit it to the insurance company.

If you or your family members qualify, you can receive cash back in your HSAs. 

According to the NCHS, HSAs can save you up to $3,000 in the first year, and up to an additional $2,000 each year for up to five years after that.