Missouri Health Insurance Exchange rates are cheap and are now available. Medical plans in the St. Louis area are available for individuals, families and small business owners. Marketplace plans include office visits, prescriptions, ER, and pediatric dental. that were previously not included on all plans. Participating carriers in the area include Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield and Cigna. UnitedHealthcare no longer offers Marketplace plans and Aetna has also pulled out of Missouri. Even after Open Enrollment ends, you may qualify for a "Special Enrollment Period" exception that allows you to purchased subsidized coverage. For example, losing qualified coverage from an employer, or moving to a different service area will qualify for an exemption.
Non-compliant short-term plans are also available all year. Temporary options are very cheap, and can be approved the same day. However, these types of options generally have caps of $1 million or less, and do to cover pre-existing conditions. Policies can be purchased for three months, although you can re-apply for additional coverage. For quick stopgap coverage, they are often utilized.
Easily compare Marketplace prices for coverage that includes 10 essential benefits, including maternity. You may qualify for the new federal subsidy that pays up to 100% of your Exchange policy premium. The instant tax-credit is immediately applied to all plans in the St. Louis area and the rest of the state. Catastrophic-tier plans and non-Obamacare contracts are not eligible for financial aid. NOTE: Trump Administration changes in healthcare may result in more affordable plans being offered in 2018.
Pre-existing conditions are now covered and your application can not be declined for medical reasons. Many affordable plans can easily be purchased from most of the major companies. The "SHOP" Exchange is available for small business owners. With more than 37 years of experience, we specialize in shopping, comparing and finding quality healthcare plans at the lowest available prices. HSA options are popular plans for the self-employed and small business owners.
Four Marketplace “Metal” plans are available. “Platinum, Gold, Silver, and Bronze plans will qualify for the Obamacare subsidy. A “catastrophic” option is also offered that features very low rates but you must be under age 30 to apply for coverage. Popular low-cost healthcare plans in St. Louis are listed below:
Cigna US-MO Connect 6650 Cigna Connect HSA 5500
Cigna Connect 6400
Cigna Connect 2700
Anthem Bronze Pathway 5450
Anthem Bronze Pathway 4950
Anthem Silver Pathway 5300
Anthem Silver Pathway X 4700
Anthem Bronze Pathway 6350
Anthem Silver Pathway X 2250
Cigna US-MO Connect 3500
Anthem Silver Pathway For HSA
The Missouri Department Of Insurance helps monitor carriers in the state and protects consumers with free information and literature. Any rate increases must always be filed and approved.
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