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The Simple Term Health Insurance Plan with MDLive provides insurance coverage in a different way. Short Term Health helps to protect you from the medical bills that can result from newly unexpected Injuries and Sickness.

Simple Term Health Insurance Highlights:

  • Coverage as soon as the day after you apply
  • 3, 6, and 12 month plans available (Differs by state)
  • Flexibility to choose your own Physician and hospital
  • One common family Deductible per Policy Period

MDLIVE Highlights:

  • Connect with a doctor by phone, email, or secure video
  • Save money by avoiding the doctor’s office
  • Can be used anywhere – whether you’re at home, work, or on the go
  • Contact from a doctor typically in 20-30 minutes, 3-hour guarantee
  • Have a prescription filled for many short-term illnesses

MDLIVE is perfect for:

  • Anyone with children – stop missing work for those simple trips to the doctor
  • Someone who travels or vacations often
  • Sickness that comes up after normal office hours
  • Times when your primary care doctor isn’t available

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Plans may not be available in all states. Plans and rates may vary by state.

Marc Malin, Licensed Agent. CA License #0551955


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THIS PLAN PROVIDES LIMITED BENEFIT COVERAGE. IT IS NOT DESIGNED TO COVER ALL MEDICAL EXPENSES AND IT IS NOT A MAJOR MEDICAL OR COMPREHENSIVE HEALTHCARE POLICY. PLEASE READ YOUR POLICY CAREFULLY!

Underwritten by the United States Fire Insurance Company, 5 Christopher Way, 2nd Floor, Eatontown, NJ 07724 rated "A" (Excellent) by AM Best. Benefits not available in all states at this time. This coverage contains a Pre-Existing Condition Limitation. Pre-Existing Condition means a disease or physical condition for which medical advice or treatment was recommended or received by the Covered Person during the 12 months prior or after the Covered Person’s Effective Date of coverage, may vary by state. Duplicate or multiple plans are not allowed. Coverage is not provided for insureds age 65 or over, coverage will terminate at the end of the month insured turns age 65. Changes to coverage underwritten by United States Fire Insurance Company can only be made if the change is the result of a qualifying life event. A qualifying life event means marriage, divorce, the death of your spouse, or the birth or adoption of a child. If coverage is cancelled, person may not re-enroll in coverage with United States Fire Insurance Company until six-months after their termination date.

THIS IS A SHORT TERM MEDICAL INSURANCE POLICY THAT IS NOT INTENDED TO QUALIFY AS THE MINIMUM ESSENTIAL COVERAGE REQUIRED BY THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT (ACA). UNLESS YOU PURCHASE A PLAN THAT PROVIDES MINIMUM ESSENTIAL COVERAGE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE ACA, YOU MAY BE SUBJECT TO A FEDERAL TAX PENALTY. ALSO, THE TERMINATION OR LOSS OF THIS POLICY DOES NOT ENTITLE YOU TO A SPECIAL ENROLLMENT PERIOD TO PURCHASE A HEALTH BENEFIT PLAN THAT QUALIFIES AS MINIMUM ESSENTIAL COVERAGE OUTSIDE OF AN OPEN ENROLLMENT PERIOD.

NOTE: THIS POLICY IS NOT RENEWABLE. NO CONTINUOUS COVERAGE. This policy of insurance provides coverage for short term duration only. It is not renewable. Although this short term plan may be written for new and completed separate Coverage Periods (as long as you meet the eligibility criteria described in the application), coverage does not continue from one policy to another. This means that a new application must be submitted, a new effective date is given, a new preexisting condition exclusion period begins and a new deductible and out-of-pocket expense must be met. Any medical condition which may have occurred and/or existed under a prior policy will be treated as a preexisting condition under the new policy.

(2) Coverage may vary or may not be available in all states. You'll find complete coverage details in the policy. Plans are underwritten by United States Fire Insurance Company. Short Term Medical Policy does not meet Minimum Essential Coverage as mandated by the Affordable Care Act. Short Term, limited duration plans are not subject to certain provisions of federal health care reform, including the provisions related to Essential Health Benefits, lifetime limits, preventive care, guaranteed renewability, and preexisting conditions. The preexisting condition exclusion for Short Term Medical Plans will apply for all insureds, including those under the age of 19. Know your plan. Short Term Medical plans offer medical coverage, are medically underwritten (so you can be declined) and do not provide Minimum Essential Coverage. What does this mean for the applicant? They may have to pay a tax penalty, depending on their income level and the cost of plans available. Examples of the claims Short Term Medical Plans do not cover are for most preventive care, mental health and treatment related to medical conditions they had prior to the plan's effective date. Because these plans are not guaranteed renewable, the applicant may not be eligible for another short term plan after the plan's termination date; and the preexisting condition exclusion will apply to any conditions that arose during any prior short term plans.

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