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Health Insurance Changes AheadTexas short term health insurance plans are set to be limited to 3 months at most, but the policy change doesn’t go into effect until April 1st, 2017!

This means you still have time to lock in your rates until the end of the year!

You will be able to have coverage with a rich PPO network and keep your doctor until as late as December 31st, 2017. But don’t delay getting covered – after March, this window of opportunity closes!

Texas short term health insurance from UnitedHealthcare is often 1/2 the cost or less of an Obamacare plan, and because it’s not an HMO, is widely accepted throughout the hospital and healthcare system.  You won’t have the hassles of seeing if your chosen doctor is on the list or not – you’ll just be able to focus on getting healthy.  And if you’re already healthy, you won’t be subsidizing the rest of the system, saving you money each month.

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Save Time and Money With Ancillary Products, Too!

Don’t forget, while a Texas short term health plan is subject to underwriting, it can also include coverage for dental insurance, vision, and other benefits – all your coverage needs conveniently under one carrier!

Be sure to ask about your ancillary options – you can likely save even more with a dental or vision plan rider on your health plan, and like the short term PPO, would also be on the UnitedHealthcare Choice Plus Network.

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If you have any questions or concerns, or are needing coverage right away, feel free to get a free quote or call us today at (877)749-2241.  A licensed Texas health insurance broker will be happy to walk you through your options and ensure you get the coverage you need at a price you can afford.

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