Between Jobs? Missed Open Enrollment? Traditional Insurance Prices Too High? Short Term Medical Coverage could be your answer.
Short-term health coverage is designed to provide coverage for short periods of time. However, some plans can be extend for a year or apply for a new plan.
Short-term health coverage provides limited benefits and do not cover all essential health benefits under the ACA laws, such as preventative exams, dental and vision care.
Short-term health coverage is available anytime of year, with next day coverage options.
Pre-existing conditions are typically not covered under short-term health coverage.
Short-term health coverage can provide coverage for your dependents as long as they meet the underwriting guidelines.
Dependent children under age 19 may be eligible for coverage with some short-term carriers without a guardian on the plan.
Prescription coverage may not be covered or covered with limitations. Be sure to check plan details for specifics.
Short term medical provides a limited duration medical insurance solution until a qualified health plan is chosen, helping reduce your financial risk. It allows you to pivot to help meet your life’s needs.
Looking for affordable quality coverage? In between health plans? You can get next-day protection from Short Term Health Insurance with many of the same benefits as a major medical plan for a fraction of the cost.
Health Plans for Individuals & Families during times of transition and change. This coverage is not required to comply with certain federal market requirements for health insurance, principally those contained in the Affordable Care Act.