Is it time for a short-term medical plan?

Check out affordable options for limited medical coverage if you’re between health plans.

Health insurance (with some limits), fast.

During a gap in health insurance, a short-term medical plan can help you cover unexpected accidents or illnesses for a limited time – typically from 6 to 12 months. It could be a smart choice if you’re between jobs, waiting for new coverage to kick in or leaving your parents’ plan.

  • Covers unexpected accidents and illnesses
  • Can sometimes be renewed for up to 3 years
  • Does not cover pre-existing conditions

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Fast facts about short-term medical
When your circumstances change because of a layoff or a too-long transition between jobs, it can bring the peace of mind of being covered if an unexpected accident or illness hits.
Short-term medical insurance plans provide coverage for a shorter period than standard insurance. Typically from 6 to 12 months (with an option to renew for up to 3 years), but some plans are as short as 30 days.
Short-term medical insurance protects you and your family against sudden illnesses or an accident. It doesn’t provide coverage for services like exams, dental and vision care.
The right coverage? Surprisingly simple.