Health insurance

Implementing Health Insurance Super Bids

applicantage

Indicates the user’s age. See Table for Reference.

Value Meaning Example of parameter with value
1 18-24 “applicantage” : “1”
2 25-34 “applicantage” : “2”
3 35-49 “applicantage” : “3”
4 50-64 “applicantage” : “4”
5 65+ “applicantage” : “5”

applicantgender

Indicates if the user is Male or Female. See Table for Reference.

Value Meaning Example of parameter with value
1 Male “applicantgender” : “1”
2 Female “applicantgender” : “2”

children

Indicates if the user have children or not. See Table for Reference.

Value Meaning Example of parameter with value
1 Yes “children” : “1”
2 No “children” : “2”

collegestudent

Indicates if the user is College Student or not. See Table for Reference.

Value Meaning Example of parameter with value
1 Yes “collegestudent” : “1”
2 No “collegestudent” : “2”

healthconditions

Indicates if the user has Health Conditions or not. See Table for Reference.

Value Meaning Example of parameter with value
1 Yes “healthconditions” : “1”
2 No “healthconditions” : “2”

vmprodid

Indicates vmprodid selected by the user. See Table for Reference.

Value Meaning Example of parameter with value
1 Individual “vmprodid” : “501”
2 Group “vmprodid” : “502”
3 Medicare “vmprodid” : “503”
4 Short-term “vmprodid” : “504”
5 Student “vmprodid” : “505”

qualifyforsubsidy

Indicates if the user applies to special Subsidy. See Table for Reference.

Value Meaning Example of parameter with value
1 Yes “qualifyforsubsidy” : “1”
2 No “qualifyforsubsidy” : “2”

qualifyinglifeevent

Indicates if the user applies to special discounts. See Table for Reference.

Value Meaning Example of parameter with value
1 Yes “qualifyinglifeevent” : “1”
2 No “qualifyinglifeevent” : “2”
3 Loss of coverage (due to job loss, job change, etc.; not due to nonpayment) “qualifyinglifeevent” : “3”
4 Marriage or divorce “qualifyinglifeevent” : “4”
5 Permanent move to a new coverage area “qualifyinglifeevent” : “5”
6 Birth or adoption of a child “qualifyinglifeevent” : “6”
7 Loss of eligibility for Medicaid “qualifyinglifeevent” : “7”
8 Loss of eligibility for CHIP (Child Health Insurance Plan) “qualifyinglifeevent” : “8”
9 Expiration of your COBRA benefits “qualifyinglifeevent” : “9”
10 Graduating college or losing coverage from your parent’s health plan “qualifyinglifeevent” : “10”
11 Gaining or losing a dependent “qualifyinglifeevent” : “11”
12 Death of a family member “qualifyinglifeevent” : “12”
13 Change in disability status “qualifyinglifeevent” : “13”
14 Certain changes in your income “qualifyinglifeevent” : “14”
15 Changes in your household size “qualifyinglifeevent” : “15”

spouse

Indicates if the user is married or not. See Table for Reference.

Value Meaning Example of parameter with value
1 Yes “spouse” : “1”
2 No “spouse” : “2”

tobaccouse

Indicates if the user is Tobacco Use or not. See Table for Reference.

Value Meaning Example of parameter with value
1 Yes “tobaccouse” : “1”
2 No “tobaccouse” : “2”

Example of how to place the additional parameters


<!-- **************** KATCH **************** -->
<script type="text/javascript" src="//cdn.katch.com/p/ads/vm_loader.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript">
vm_load({
"displayid" : DISPLAYID,
"publisherid" : PUBLISHERID,
"campaign" : CAMPAIGN,
"vmprodid" : 501,
"location" : " ",
"p1" : "",
"p2" : "",
"p3" : "",
"p4" : "",
"p5" : "",
"maxresults" : "8",
"engagementoption" : "1",
"applicantage" : "1",
"gender" : "1",
"children" : "1",
"collegestudent" : "1",
"healthconditions" : "1",
"qualifyforsubsidy": "1",
"qualifyinglifeevent" : "1",
"spouse" : "1",
"tobaccouse" : "1"
});
</script>
<!-- **************** KATCH **************** -->

Example of a Query String with Additional Parameters

http://www.DOMAIN.com/results.html?location=90210&applicantage=1&gender=1&children=1&collegestudent=1&healthconditions=1&vmprodid=501&qualifyforsubsidy=1&qualifyinglifeevent=1&spouse=1&tobaccouse=1

Special Notes and Suggestions

To enable the Hover effect (mouse over listings) makes sure the DocType on the page is set like this:


<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">

Error Handling

If you see an error Like this.

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You can debug following these steps to find the problem.

Step 1.
Press F12 in you keyword to display the debug bar.

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Step 2.
Inside of debug bar find XHR box:

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Step 3.
Inside of XHR box you will see three files:

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Step 4.
Choose the last file and click.

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Step 5.
Now you will see something like this:

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If you not see results you can see what is the problem in the response.

Example of the error:

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For Support:

If you have any trouble setting this up, please contact us at implementations-support@katch.com.