If you do not qualify for a special enrollment period for major medical insurance, you may want to consider a temporary policy.
Short-term plans are temporary coverage with limited benefits. They are not ACA-compliant, don’t cover pre-existing conditions and are not guaranteed-issue. You may still be subject to the tax penalty.
Compared to major medical qualified health plans, short-term insurance can have low, affordable premiums.
Protection from the unexpected
A short-term health plan is designed to help you bridge the coverage gap. They are not mean to take the place of a major medical policy. They do not offer coverage for pre-existing conditions or maintenance medications.
Simplified underwriting allows for on the spot approval. If approved, short-term medical, can be effective as early as the following day.
Choose from a coverage period of 30 to 90 days.