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 Who Can Enroll into High Risk Health Insurance Plan
Who Can Enroll into High Risk Health Insurance Plan

Who Can Enroll into High Risk Health Insurance Plan

Want to purchase a health insurance plan but can't as you fall under category what insurance providers call "high-risk individuals"? There's no need to worry as you can always enroll into a high-risk health insurance via your state. At present, 30 states in the country offer high-risk insurance benefits to such people. All these states manages to offer health insurance with lower premium for high-risk people in a form of state taxes, hospital taxes and via their ability to negotiate lower premium rates for high-risk health plan by "pooling" individuals in group similar to employers.

Who Eligible for High-Risk Health Insurance?

Anyone who's received notice of benefit reduction or specific condition exclusion.

Anyone who has received rejection notice from an insurer.

Terminated from a health insurance plan involuntarily.

If you have qualifying conditions such as cancer, diabetes or AIDS etc.

If you have received notice of surcharge or premium rates exceeding the pool rate.

Anyone eligible for Trade Adjustment Assistance because you have lost your job, due to reasons like increased imports. You may also be eligible for a tax credit, which in some states can be used for the HRP.

People who're HIPAA eligible. (NOTE: you are HIPAA eligible, if you have 18 months of prior continuous health cover, at least the last days of that cover should be in a group health plan. You aren't eligible for Medicare, Medicaid or a group plan; have exhausted COBRA; no other coverage and you have applied for new coverage like high-risk pool within 63 days of losing your previous cover. You state will not be imposing pre-existing condition of exclusion period on you if you're a HIPAA eligible and if state has designed the high-risk pool for HIPAA coverage.

Who Can Enroll into High Risk Health Insurance Plan


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