What You Need to Know About Aliera’s Group Healthshare Plans

With Obamacare prices continuously rising, many Americans are seeking alternatives that satisfy legal requirements for medical coverage while costing less.

Aliera Healthcare is helping millions of Americans by providing several alternatives to Obamacare, including healthcare sharing ministry (HCSM) options and their innovative HealthPass Self-Insured Programs.

Note: these plans are not health insurance. HealthPass PLUS PPO and HealthPass Premium PPO are self-insured programs. They do not cover hospitalizations or surgery.

However, these group plans do cover preventive care and many other services that may save you a substantial amount of money should you need medical care.

Satisfy minimum essential coverage requirements at a minimum price

HealthPass has three levels of minimum essential coverage compliant plans: value, plus and premium. Through them, you receive full-coverage preventive care, routine doctor visits and telemedicine, over 50% off prescriptions, and a limited number of urgent care visits. Monthly costs start under $75.

Aliera MEC plans have two types of networks to choose from. You can choose the Closed Network where you use assigned providers, or for a little more money, you can choose the PPO Network.

How to get started

If you’re interested in signing up for an Aliera group plan, please give your HSA for America Personal Benefits Manager a call at 800-913-6381. You may also visit our Healthshare Info page to learn more about healthshare plans.

  Date posted: Wednesday, May 30th, 2018
Category: faith-based plans, Health, Health Care, Health Care Reform, Health Insurance, Healthshare plans, Obamacare

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