Major Medical for Individuals and Families

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For Those Who Want Catastrophic Coverage

5 Ways to Get Additional Medical Insurance for Major Medical/Catastrophic Needs

You may purchase additional insurance via traditional insurance plans in the following ways:

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Through an online marketplace, such as ehealthinsurance or healthcare.gov

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Through a broker

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If you have a spouse, you can most likely get additional medical insurance through your spouse’s employer

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By contacting an insurance company directly, such as BlueCross BlueShield of Texas or Vista360Health

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Your religious beliefs may qualify you to participate in a health sharing plan (or ‘medical cost sharing’ plan)

Health sharing ministries that offer discounts to DPC members:

Other health sharing ministries:

Why Some People Elect Not To Get Catastrophic Coverage

The fact of the matter is that not all individuals carry catastrophic (‘Major Medical’) coverage—or they elect not to for various reasons.

Some—especially younger adults—don’t believe they’ll ever need it, but for a vast majority of people who do not carry major medical, it is because they either can’t afford it or they believe they can’t afford it and never look into it.

In a perfect world, we believe that all patients should have major medical coverage for catastrophic events, even if it is unlikely that the coverage will be used.

 

Still Need Help?

If you still have questions about major medical, give us a call and we’ll do our best to help you navigate the changing healthcare landscape.

711 W 38th St, Suite D1
Austin, TX 78705
Phone: 512-887-3955
HOURS: Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Same-Day / Next-Day Appts. Available

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