Short Term Domestic Health Plans (United States)
HCC Life STM is an effective solution for individuals temporarily lacking healthcare coverage.
What is HCC Life STM?
HCC Life STM provides affordable temporary health insurance to protect you and your family. You should consider purchasing HCCLife STM if you are concerned about protecting yourself from the potentially high medical costs associated with an unexpected accident or sickness.
With HCC Life STM you’re in control. You get to choose your deductible, coinsurance, maximum coverage amount, and the exact length of coverage. You also have the freedom to receive treatment from doctors and hospitals of your choice without incurring out-of-network penalties. HCC Life STM gives you peace of mind by relieving some of your financial worry in the event of an unexpected medical condition.
HCC Life Short Term Medical (STM) allows those age 2 through 64 the flexibility to customize plan options to fit their various needs and budgets. Along with competitive premiums, applications have the choice of plan deductible, coinsurance, maximum coverage amount and length of coverage. Insured’s also have the freedom to choose doctors and hospitals without the worry of facing out of network charges.
If you can relate to any of the points below then the HCC Life Short Term Medical Plan is Right for you!!
Recent College Graduates
Many college students are faced with the situation of being uninsured once they graduate. If they were insured under a family plan with their parents or under a university plan, they are no longer eligible for those plans and may have a gap in coverage until benefits begin with their first professional job.
Individuals Between Jobs
Whether an individual is laid off or simply quits their job, they leave behind their medical benefits. While they may choose to extend that coverage through COBRA, many find COBRA to be too expensive, especially without the income they once had. HCC Life STM is an affordable COBRA alternative.
New Employees waiting on benefits
Even if an employee goes straight from one employer to another, they may face a waiting period for the employer-sponsored coverage to begin, causing a gap in coverage.
Young adults no longer covered under parents’ plan
Each state’s law mandates the maximum age at which a dependent child may continue to be covered under their parents’ plan. Some states allow them to stay on longer if they are enrolled as a full-time student. However, at one point or another, dependent children will become ineligible under their parents’ plans.
Retired Individuals (under 65) Waiting on Medicare to begin
Individuals who retire before the age of 65 may be faced with a gap in coverage before they become eligible for Medicare.