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Covering pre-existing conditions for one or two months

Hi, I recently ran out of health insurance in Jan 2015. I'd like to purchase health insurance for 2 or 3 months (and then travel to the UK). Questions: 1. Do you have a month by month plan? If so, can I get 1 month, see if your health insurance is a good fit and then purchase another month or another 2 moths? If so, what is the pricing please? 2. Do you cover pre-existing conditions? If so, what would be the plan I use please? Please get back to me urgently by email. Thanks

 

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There are short-term insurance policies available, but they don't comply with the health reform law. They can decline to offer you coverage or charge you for pre-existing conditions. 


WebMD isn't an insurance company or broker. You might try searching online for the short-term plans available to you at a site like ehealthinsurance.com.

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