If you chose not to enroll in Obamacare, you’re not alone.
We’re not being political about this, but the statistics are clear — there are a lot of people who did not sign up. Some people probably just forgot. Others stayed away on principle. Of course, some just couldn’t afford it.
We want you to know there are alternatives. That’s why we created what we’re calling the “Nobamacare Plan.”
The Nobamacare plan is a bundle of three different lines of coverage that, when combined, will provide you with a very solid level of healthcare coverage for a much better price than what you’d find in the Obamacare individual health insurance market.
There are 3 pieces to the Nobamacare plan:
3. The “Premier Plan” for supplemental coverage.
Of course you could choose to select just one or two of these plans. (In fact, #2 and #3 are really cheap ways you can supplement your health insurance plan – especially if you have a high deductible and/or copay).
1. The short-term health insurance plan will give you catastrophic health insurance to help cover major expenses. That is, let’s not forget, the main point of insurance anyway! You can take a higher deductible – say $5,000 – and get a major-medical insurance policy that won’t cost you an arm and a leg.
2. The telemedicine plan gives you access to board-certified doctors in your state 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, via phone or video consultation. Those doctors can even write prescriptions for you when appropriate. Telemedicine can save you a lot of time, money, and hassle!
3. The Premier Plan for supplemental insurance gives you a cash benefit if someone in your family needs medical care that results from any kind of accident (hello, parents!), if you are diagnosed with a critical illness like cancer, or have a heart attack or stroke.
Again, you might not want all three of these plans. We think they fit together very well, but each is a separate plan you could purchase on its own. Our goal is to simply let people know that there are alternatives to Obamacare, especially now that the open enrollment period is over and it is unavailable for the remainder of the year.
If you have any questions or want to talk about your specific situation, contact AC Forrest