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How do you find short term medical insurance coverage for approximately 6 months until medicare kicks in?


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2008-12-06 04:19:50
2008-12-06 04:19:50

It depends on the insurance company, and whether or not they offer temporary coverage. The temporary coverage may also have age restrictions. If you are turning 65 and going on Medicare, you may qualify for their temporary coverage. BlueCross BlueShield of Florida offers temporary coverage up to age 65.


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