These plans are certified by the Health Insurance Marketplace
and follow established limits on copays and deductibles.
Pre-existing conditions are ALWAYS
covered under Obamacare.
You may qualify for a tax credit to help offset coverage costs.
If you do not qualify for a tax credit under the Affordable Care Act, you will get a lower rate on non-qualified health insurance plans, otherwise known as Trumpcare.
Trumpcare plans limit benefits and often do not cover
Part A has a deductible of $1408 when you are impatient at the hospital.
You will pay 20% of all Part B medical expenses. You will have no prescription drug coverage.
You can combine Straight Medicare with a Stand Alone Prescription Drug Plan & a Medicare Supplement to pay the Part A deductible and Part B 20%.
You can enroll in a Medicare Advantage Plan which combines Part A and Part B, and provides Prescription Drug Coverage.
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