Do any health insurance companies issue major medical health insurance for people 65 and above?
- A HunchLv 79 months agoFavourite answer
Are you eligible? Typically it's for people who are not eligible for medicare.
Unless you are part of a group plan (employer plan), it may not be legal in your state for people who are medicare eligible. You need to contact a broker in your area to determine your eligibility.
If you are able to purchase it and can purchase it on your state's marketplace, be aware that you are not eligible for a tax subsidy if you are medicare eligible.
- AnonymousLv 79 months ago
Yes. We sell a bridge plan for those that don't qualify for Medicare.
- Casey YLv 79 months ago
I haven't seen these for years and they were rare for older people anyway...
- BLv 79 months ago
in US, it is medicare supplemental insurance, since medicare is primary for almost all US health insured over age 65 years of age. there are many types of medicare supplemental insurance, some include prescription drugs, etc, some do not.
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- JayLv 69 months ago
United Health Care.
- pearlmarLv 79 months ago
Sure they all do but the charge is extremely high.