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 Marketplace/Exchange plans.
If you are on COBRA, a graduating student, 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.
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Springfield Ohio health insurance rates are very affordable. Prices in Clark County and other surrounding counties are often less than group plans through employers. Many larger companies offer low cost coverage in this part of Ohio. Whether you are single, married with children, self-employed or without coverage, we'll help you find the plan that fits within your budget and offers the coverage that you need.
Who are the major Ohio health insurance companies?
Anthem Blue Cross, Aetna (Coventry), United Healthcare, Humana, Summacare, HealthSpan and Medical Mutual offer the most competitive rates in Ohio. Other participating carriers include Molina, Ambetter, CareSource, Premier, Aultcare, Paramount, and Assurant.
What if I only need coverage for a few months?
A short-term policy might be your best option. Premiums are substantially lower than regular policies and you can pick the number of months you would like to be covered. Applications are brief and are often approved within 24 hours. UnitedHealthcare, Humana, or Assurant offer very low temporary rates.
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