Healthcare - Individual and Family Medical Plans

Individual or Family Health Plans by State:

 

Checkout available plans for your State of residence. 

  • Minimum Essential Coverage (MEC)

  • For Individuals, Spouse and child (Full Family)

  • Or Child Only

Convenient filters:

  • narrow down or expand your selections such as:

  • $0 deductible

  • $100 - $200 monthly premium range

  • Types of coverage including specialty clinics or doctors

Compare Plans:

Compare On-Exchange (federal marketplace) or Off-Exchange (open market) plans

  • Check up to four (4) plans to compare

  • Side-by-side plan comparison allows you to compare plan benefits

Healthcare - Individual and Family Dental Plans

Individual, Spouse or Child Only.
Or full Family Health Plans by State:

Checkout available plans for your State of residence. 

  • Starts at affordable low $20/mo

  • For Individuals, Spouse and child (Full Family)

  • Or Child Only

Convenient filters:

  • narrow down or expand your selections such as:

  • $0 deductible

  • $100 - $200 monthly premium range

  • Types of coverage including specialty clinics or doctors

Compare Plans:

Compare On-Exchange (federal marketplace) or Off-Exchange (open market) plans

  • Check up to four (4) plans to compare

  • Side-by-side plan comparison allows you to compare plan benefits

Healthcare -  Individual and Family (Short Term 3mos)

Short Term health insurance 

  • plans are limited duration, typically under 3-months. 

  • for people who need temporary medical insurance to bridge the gap between longer term plans; e.g., people who are switching employers, starting graduate school, or young adults who have become ineligible

  • do not cover preexisting health conditions

  • expires at end of term

  • low cost premiums

Short-term health insurance plans are typically less expensive than traditional plans, but do not cover pre-existing conditions. This can cause problems for people who acquire a longer term illness, since the short-term plan is completely terminated at the end of the coverage period. 

Short-term plans are also not considered "adequate coverage" under the Affordable Care Act so customers would also be subject to the tax penalties of being uninsured.

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