Health insurance coverage?

  • by Nicole
  • Sep 24,2018
  • 8 answers

Health insurance coverage?


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Flower 5 months ago

Most plans cover up to 80% of the cost but only AFTER you meet your annual deductible, whatever amount that is. Go to your state or federal exchange and find a plan with a lower deductible. You may not need that particular surgery, it depends on the doctor you see, not the one you saw with no insurance.

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David 14 6 months ago

You won't find it. That's like buying car insurance after an accident.

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Beverly S 6 months ago

You can't just buy insurance when you need it. You will have to wait for open enrollment which starts 11/1/18 and insurance will become active Jan. 1st. 2019.

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Judy 6 months ago

Unless you and this surgery are eligible for medicare, doesn't exist.

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Casey Y 6 months ago

that's not how insurance works...you are looking fro someone else to pay your bills. Would you insure my house which is currently on fire?
You can wait a few more weeks and enroll for an effective date of 1/1/19

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kswck2 6 months ago

Since your premium under Obama Care would be around 11k anyway, maybe you should just suck it up.

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Greg 6 months ago

Why should all the people who signed up BEFORE they needed surgery pay for your surgery?

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A Hunch 6 months ago

In Nov-Dec, you can enroll in insurance that is effective Jan 1, 2019.
You are not able to enroll in insurance now. This requirement is part of the federal Affordable Care Act law (ACA, nickname Obamacare).
You will have to figure out what makes sense to you "cost wise".

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