We offer a wide-range of health options for you and your family. Everyone is different, and we know that it is important for you to have a variety of health plans to choose so you can find what works for your lifestyle and financial picture.
2021 COVID-19 Special Enrollment Period: Feb 15 – Aug 15, 2021
Missed out on the annual Open Enrollment Period? You’re in luck! The 2021 COVID-19 Special Enrollment Period has created a rare opportunity to secure ACA-compliant individual health insurance outside of the annual Open Enrollment Period.
ACA-Compliant Health Insurance
Also known as “Obamacare plans”, this type of major medical insurance meets the ACA’s minimum essential coverage requirements. Individuals can enroll for these plans during the annual Open Enrollment Period of November 1 – December 15. (Note: Plans and rates for the following year will be viewable starting on November 1.)
If you have experienced a Qualifying Life Event (QLE) you may qualify for a Special Enrollment Period that will allow you to enroll outside of the Open Enrollment Period. Watch our QLE webinar replay to learn more.
Non-ACA Health Insurance
Also known as “short-term health insurance”, non-ACA plans can be an affordable alternative for individuals who are in good health and don’t need coverage for maternity, mental health, substance abuse, or a preexisting condition. There is no designated enrollment period for these plans — you can apply at any time.
(Note: Non-ACA/short-term health insurance is medically underwritten and does not cover preexisting conditions. The coverage does not meet ACA minimum essential requirements. Availability varies by state.)
Medi-Share is an affordable biblical-based alternative to Health Insurance. It is a healthcare-sharing ministry where members share each other’s medical bills.
(Note: Medi-Share is not insurance or an insurance policy nor is it offered through an insurance company. Whether anyone chooses to assist you with your medical bills will be totally voluntary, as no other member will be compelled by law to contribute toward your medical bills. As such, Medi-Share should never be considered to be insurance. Whether you receive any payments for medical expenses and whether or not Medi-Share continues to operate, you are always personally responsible for the payment of your own medical bills. Medi-Share is not subject to the regulatory requirements or consumer protections of your particular State’s Insurance Code or Statutes.)