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Plans Start At $88/month
based on age and state availability.

Valuable Health Insurance Coverage For Times Of Transitions

Safeguard your financial future with Flex Term Health Insurance. It provides the peace of mind and health care access you need at a price you can afford. Perfect for individuals looking for a temporary insurance option between jobs or awaiting new employee benefits. Short-term medical insurance is a popular option for new graduates and seasonal employees.

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How Does Flex Term Temporary Health Insurance Work?

FIRST

 

YOU PAY A $50 COPAY FOR A PHYSICIAN OFFICE VISIT

OR YOU PAY A $50 COPAY FOR AN ANNUAL ROUTINE PHYSICAL EXAM

THEN

 

Cover your deductible of $1000, $2500, $5000, $7500 or $10,000
Your deductible is the amount you must pay before FlexTerm Health Insurance pays benefits.
Coinsurance Options:

  • 50%/50% – You pay 50% of any additional covered charges up to the plan maximum
  • 70%/30% – You pay 30% of any additional covered charges up to the plan maximum
  • 80%/20% – You pay 20% of any additional covered charges up to the plan maximum
  • 100% – We pay 100% of the covered charges up to the plan maximum

AFTER

FlexTerm Health pays all remaining covered charges, up to the Policy Period Maximum.

Flex Term Health Insurance Highlights

  • Plans available up to 12 months*
  • 5 minute simple applaication process
  • Flexibility to choose your own physician and hospitals
  • Next Day Coverage

* Some states may vary

Summary of Coverages

  • Wellness
  • Inpatient/Outpatient Surgery
  • Hospital Benefits
  • Emergency Room Care
  • Outpatient Services
  • X-Ray and Laboratory
  • Transplant Benefits
  • Urgent Care
  • Sickness

About The Carrier

Everest Reinsurance Company Logo 2022

Everest Re Group Ltd. is a holding company that provides reinsurance and insurance services.  The U.S. Reinsurance segment writes property and liability reinsurance as well as specialist lines of business such as marine, aviation, surety, and accident and health through reinsurance brokers as well as directly with ceding firms predominantly in the United States.

Claims and Billing are managed by insuranceTPA, a health plan administrator.

Decide if Short Term Medical Insurance is right for you

Knowing exactly what your Short Term Medical Insurance does and does not cover is important. To give you the best possible experience, we offer this summary of what is not covered. Complete details are included in your policy.

  • Treatment of a pre-existing condition, including those not inquired about on the enrollment form
  • Charges for services or supplies in excess of the Maximum Allowable Expense (MAE). MAE means the maximum charge that will be considered as an Eligible Expense will be the lesser of billed charges, the Usual and Customary Fee, the negotiated or contracted discount, the maximum benefit under this Policy, or a percent of the Medicare allowable charge.
  • Prescription Drugs, except those administered by a Doctor in a covered Inpatient or Outpatient setting.
  • Spinal manipulations or adjustments
  • Illness or injury that is self-inflicted or caused while engaged in a felony, under the influence, in military service, in a hazardous occupation or activity, or while engaged in intercollegiate sports
  • Vision or dental treatments, foot care or orthotic
  • Expenses incurred outside the United States and its possessions
  • Genetics or fertility treatment or testing
  • Custodial care or private duty nursing
  • Cosmetic, experimental, investigational, or non-medically necessary treatment
  • Hearing examination or hearing aids
  • Maternity
  • • Benefits for Sicknesses that begin during the Waiting Period, which is 5 days (30 days for cancer) following the Effective Date.
  • Charges during the first 6 months after the Effective Date for: Total or partial hysterectomy, unless it is Medically Necessary due to a diagnosis of carcinoma; Tonsillectomy; Adenoidectomy; Repair of deviated nasal septum or any type of surgery involving the sinus; Myringotomy; Tympanotomy; Herniorraphy; or Cholecystectomy.
  • Benefits exceeding the specified amounts in the Schedule of Benefits for: Kidney stones; Appendectomy; Joint or tendon Surgery; Knee Injury or disorder; Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS)/ Human Immuno-defi – ciency Virus (HIV); or Gallbladder surgery.

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