Low Income Health Insurance
Stretch Your Dollars – Find health insurance plans to fit your budget.
Times are tough. These days, good jobs are scarce. You work hard, but fewer companies provide health benefits to their employees than ever before. It can pay to pinch pennies, but when it comes to protecting your family, you don’t have to cut corners. If you earn enough income that disqualifies you from receiving low income health insurance such as Medicaid, then turn to a UnitedHealthOneSM health insurance plan that might fit your budget and situation. How do you know if you qualify for low income health insurance? Visit the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services for more information.
Compare UnitedHealthOneSM health insurance plans with premiums that might fit. It takes less than 30 seconds to get a personalized quote. Explore a variety of plans with monthly prices less than the cost of your mobile phone. Get Quote Now!
Skimp now? Pay later.
Health insurance isn’t a luxury. Accidents happen when you least expect them. And nobody knows when sickness might strike. The average U.S. hospital stay lasts 4.6 days with $30,700 in charges.1 More than 60% of bankruptcies are health care related.2
Don’t let worries about big bills get in the way when someone you love gets sick or hurt. UnitedHealthOneSM plans specify broad coverage for in-network preventive care that is exempt from your plan deductible, coinsurance, and copayments, so your spouse or children won’t miss a checkup. And if bad luck deals out major medical expenses, you’ll sleep better knowing health insurance can help protect you from the largest costs.
Shore Up a Short Term Situation
Just because your income is low today doesn’t mean it always will be. Take advantage of UnitedHealthOneSM temporary health insurance plans that last from one to 11 months.3 You can drop your coverage anytime, whenever your situation changes.
Short Term MedicalSM Plans make most sense for people:
- Exiting their parent’s insurance
- In-between jobs
- Waiting for benefits to begin at a new job
- Waiting for Medicare
- Needing a temporary alternative to COBRA insurance
1 U.S. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project Facts and Figures, 2009. 2 American Journal of Medicine, August 2009. 3 Length available varies by state. For costs, benefits, exclusions, limitations, eligibility, and renewal terms, call a licensed Product Advisor to discuss your health insurance options at (800) 444-8990.