Health Insurance

You’re looking for health insurance. Not cheap health insurance because you know the cheapest won’t have the benefits you need. Still, affordable health insurance with benefits is what’s on your mind.

You want preventive care to help you and your kids stay healthy.

You have access to preventive care coverage for both you and your children on a plan. Child immunization services that qualify as preventive are exempt from deductibles, coinsurance or copayments.

You want insurance from an experienced brand you know.

You want a plan that is backed by regulations and consumer protections and one that doesn’t disqualify coverage based on lifestyle choices.

You’d like help with the high cost of prescriptions. You got it!

All TriTerm Medical plans have prescription coverage.

Coverage in Areas of Need

  • Preventive care coverage – $200 of preventive care coverage per person, per term, means you can go to the doctor to stay healthy, not just when you’re sick.
  • Office visit copays – On some plans, pay a $50 per visit copay for 4 doctor office visits (per person, per term) with no deductible.
  • Benefits in these areas – Prescription coverage, some coverage for home health care, rehab, and hospice, and more.

Add Optional Accident Insurance

Add a Supplemental Accident benefit to your plan, to receive an up-front benefit credit to the amount equal to your deductible for treatment of an accidental injury. Or apply for an Accident ProGap plan to have accident, critical illness, hospitalization for sickness and accidental death and dismemberment coverage.

Continuous Coverage

You apply once for almost 3 years of coverage. Once you’re approved for TriTerm Medical health insurance, your coverage simply moves into the second and third years when you get there.

Large, Nationwide Network Access

We offer access to one of the largest networks in the U.S., with nearly 1,300,000 physicians and other health care professionals and approximately 6,000 hospitals and other medical facilities. Your current doctor may already be in-network, or there’s often an in-network option nearby.

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