COBRA Insurance
National Covid-19 Pandemic: Changes In Deadlines, Federal Subsidy

Do You Need An Alternative To COBRA Insurance?

  • COBRA Insurance Is A Continuation Of Previous Medical Benefits
  • Eligibility And Time Limits Do Apply
  • Affordable Short Term Medical Alternatives Are Available
  • Get Dependent Coverage
  • Is COBRA Right For Me?

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COBRA Insurance Questions

Who's Eligible?

If your previous employer has 20 or more employees, you qualify for COBRA after a qualifying event.

Is It For Me?

If you or your covered dependents have health issues, visit the doctors often or have many prescriptions, then staying on your previous medical insurance through COBRA coverage may be best.


COBRA Insurance benefits may be too expensive. If that’s the case, a temporary short term medical policy may be right for you.
Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985
COBRA is not a company, it’s a law

COBRA or Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985 allows a temporary continuation of group health care benefits from your workplace that you had when you were unemployed. Eligibility for continuation of workplace benefits requires a qualifying event, such as job loss or temporary reduction in hours. These qualifying events then trigger a special enrollment period.

Need Short Term Medical While In Between Jobs?

An employer’s continuation of medical benefits can be very expensive.

If you are in good health, consider saving money with an affordable alternative to COBRA.

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