Some news about short-term health insurance coverage options:
Our Pivot short-term health insurance plan is now available in Idaho, Louisiana, Missouri, Nevada, North Carolina, North Dakota and Oregon (A total of 30 states so far).
All currently eligible states:
- AL, AZ, AR, DE, DC, FL, GA, ID, IL, IN, KY, LA, MI, MO, MS, NC, NE, NV, OH, OK, OR, PA, TN, TX, VA, WI, WV & WY
You can get it all the way until you are 64 years and 11 months. (Coverage will automatically cancel when the insured is Medicare eligible.) One thing we really like about this plan is that you can see ANY DOCTOR – There are no networks. So you can choose where you want to receive care. Also, there are additional benefits such as doctor consultations by telephone or video, 24/7 for only $49.
It can also be renewed from 90 days to nearly 12 months depending on state and when you are reading this article. The Obama administration had limited short-term medical insurance to 90 days of coverage for a single plan, but the Trump Administration is close to changing this policy which will allow coverage up to 12 months on a single policy. (If you have questions regarding eligibility or how long you can get coverage for, please email us at email@example.com and let us know what state you reside in so we can help guide you.)
Get a free quote here >> https://www.gninsurance.com/pivot-us-short-term-health-insurance/
As an example, for those in Arizona, Pivot short term health insurance p[lans now have a longer coverage duration. Effective immediately you can get a 4×90 day short-term medical insurance plan from Good Neighbor Insurance in Arizona. That is four sequential 90-day policies in one enrollment. With no new medical qualifications and no new pre-ex waiting periods. Rates will also stay the same for all 4 policies!
For current clients: If you are on a Pivot short-term health insurance plan now, you will have to wait 63 days before applying for a new 4×3 plan.
Short-term health insurance plans vs. PPACA plans
Four to five times as many people are shifting to short-term health insurance coverage as carriers pull out of states and PPACA plans become unaffordable. Sometimes COBRA is not an alternative for those who lose their employer health insurance coverage. Those who work at businesses with less than 25 employees are not eligible.
It’s estimated that over 1.8 million Americans will opt for short-term health insurance once the individual mandate expires in 2019.
See additional options for U.S. short-term medical insurance here >> https://www.gninsurance.com/pivot-us-short-term-health-insurance/