You may qualify for a Special Enrollment period when you can purchase your own health insurance plan if you lose your existing health insurance coverage under Medicaid or Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) because:
Let us help you determine if you qualify for that Special Enrollment and review your health insurance options today!
Just because your income is low today doesn’t mean it always will be. You can take advantage of a temporary Short Term health insurance1 plan that can last from 30-360 days.2 You can drop your coverage anytime, whenever your situation changes.
1 Short term plans are medically underwritten. This coverage is not required to comply with certain federal market requirements for health insurance, principally those contained in the Affordable Care Act. Be sure to check your policy/certificate carefully to make sure you are aware of any exclusions or limitations regarding coverage of preexisting conditions or health benefits (such as hospitalization, emergency services, maternity care, preventive care, prescription drugs, and mental health and substance use disorder services). Your policy/certificate might also have lifetime and/or annual dollar limits on health benefits. If this coverage expires or you lose eligibility for this coverage, you might have to wait until an open enrollment period to get other health insurance coverage. This is not Minimum Essential coverage as defined in the Affordable Care Act and may not cover all Essential Health Benefits in your state. Some Short Term plans are available as association group insurance only to members of FACT, an independent association. Additional membership fees may be required.
2 Length available varies by state.