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Humana Ohio healthcare plans were extremely affordable and one of the least expensive short-term medical insurance plans. This temporary low cost policy was a great fit if you needed benefits for a short period of time or must purchase immediate coverage.

However, these policies, as of 2014, are no longer available as Humana is concentrating on their Exchange/Marketplace plans. The remainder of this article is not applicable to coverage here in the Buckeye state.

 

If you are on COBRA, a graduating student, just returning from abroad, out of work, or waiting for Medicare eligibility, we'll help you compare the best options. It's cheap coverage, but there are plenty of benefits and you can pay month to month.

Humana’s Network of doctors and  providers is widely accepted in Ohio and most parts of the country. New health reform changes will impact your options and we will thoroughly discuss and review any changes that will lower your rate. If Humana's rates are not competitive,either UnitedHealthOne, Anthem Blue Cross or Medical Mutual options will be considered.You can read more about those options here.

On our website, you will find prices of these plans to be the lowest available anywhere for individuals or families. Our modern quote engine submits applications directly to the carrier and updates any changes daily. If you apply for benefits, expect a process of about 20 minutes and you will likely be approved instantly or within 24 hours. However, if you currently are insured under a HIPAA contract, it may not be wise to consider a temporary policy.

 Save money in Ohio on short term health insurance

When you pay the full premium (as opposed to monthly), you can receive a discount up to 20%. There are less than 10 questions and the application is very short. Typically there is some administrative information needed (date of birth, address, phone etc...) and a handful of medical questions. But it is a very small handful!

Deductible options range from $500 to $5,000 and Humana will pay either 80% or 100% of most Network expenses once the deductible is met. Additional standard benefits include office visits, diagnostic lab tests and X-rays, inpatient and outpatient services, surgeries and emergence services. Some preventive benefits are also covered such as Pap smears, mammograms, child health supervision services and colorectal cancer screening. Some prescription and transplant services are also included.

Sample Humana Ohio Short Term Monthly Rates:

50 Year-Old Male in Cincinnati area

$76    $5,000 Deductible

$92    $2,500 Deductible

$132  $1,000 Deductible

  

40 Year-Old Female in Columbus area

$46   $5,000 Deductible

$54   $2,500 Deductible

$78   $1,000 Deductible

 

Family of Four (Male 45 Female 45 & Two Children) in Cleveland Area

$170   $5,000 Deductible

$205   $2,500 Deductible

$298   $1,000 Deductible

 

This temporary plan does not pay benefits for any pre-existing condition. If you recently left or lost your job through your employer, AND you have a pre-existing condition and are eligible for COBRA, a short-term plan may not be the best option. Also, no benefits will be payable for expenses resulting from services not medically necessary, services not authorized by a healthcare practitioner, charges in excess of maximum allowable fees, hospice services, and any drug, medicine or device that is not FDA approved. A full set of exclusions is viewable in the policy outline.

For persons waiting to be covered on one of the Ohio Exchange plans in 2014 (because of serious medical concerns), you may be able to qualify for a temporary contract. This will "buy time" until you can qualify for a non-underwritten plan.

UPDATE: As previously mentioned, these plans are no longer available. However, Many other carriers continue to offer short-term coverage. A quote takes less than a minute.