Monday, July 2, 2012

Find out which health insurance options might work for you

Explore these options:
1.MedicaidLearn More about MedicaidMedicaid provides coverage for low income children, families, the elderly, and people with disabilities. Pregnant women may qualify with higher incomes.
2.MedicareLearn More about MedicareMedicare covers people 65 and over and certain people under 65 with a disability, and people with end-stage renal disease.
3.Health Insurance Through WorkLearn More about Health Insurance Through WorkYou may be eligible for coverage through work at your job or your spouse's.
4.Health Insurance Plans for Individuals & FamiliesLearn More about Health Insurance Plans for Individuals & FamiliesIf you do not have job-based or other coverage, you may want to buy a policy from a private insurer.
5.Pre-Existing Condition Insurance Plan (PCIP)/High Risk PoolLearn More about Pre-Existing Condition Insurance Plan (PCIP)/High Risk PoolYou may qualify for a pre-existing condition insurance plan or a high risk pool, which helps people who have a hard time getting insurance find coverage.
6.Finding Care You Can AffordLearn More about Finding Care You Can AffordThere may be local facilities that provide free or reduced-cost care, whether you're insured or not. What you pay depends on your income.


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