Can you get state assistance? I'm not sure what Medicaid is, sorry if it's state assistance. Some options are looking into a free clinic. They have low to no fees depending on your income. Or going to a doctor that will work with you on a payment plan during and after they baby is born. That may be difficult to find, I'm not sure. There are plenty of options. Call a few doctors and talk with them. They may be able to help you find insurance of some other way to have your baby safely in a hospital.
With my experience we couldn't afford health care either & I applied for medicaid & got turned down. Over & over again. My friend told me if I quit & only my husband worked we would get approved for medicaid & she was right. When I quit my job & reapplied for medicaid it got approved.
If you and your husband are both working and your income is "too high" to qualify for Medicaid, you can claim that the two of you are separated so only the mother's income will count toward the qualifications. That has helped some people I know get Medicaid.
Medicaid is to help those people who are not offered health insurance thru their employer or cannot afford it.
Sometimes, the cost of employer sponsored health insurance can be too much. For the unemployed and very low income, there may not even be any available health insurance. One solution to this problem is to look for the Medicaid programs in your state. Every state has a Medicaid program, although the names are all different, which is designed to cover those who do not have health insurance or who cannot afford it. For those who have no access to health insurance, Medicaid can provide nearly free coverage. For those who do have access through their employer but cannot afford it, Medicaid may be a very low cost option. Health insurance is critical to have in case of emergencies and there are many ways to get insurance if you do not currently have any.
If you do not make enough to afford health insurance, your state may have programs to help you depending on your needs. For example, Indiana has medicaid, but also Hoosier Healthwise that you pay into. You can also look into sliding scale fee doctors in your area.
If you adopted your niece and had legal responsibility for her, then you could cover her as a dependent on your plan. You could buy a health insurance plan for her, though child-only plans are relatively rare. If her parents cannot afford health insurance, you could help them find out whether your niece qualifies for Medicaid. Medicaid covers children in low-income families. See related link for more information.
Your health insurance does not prevent you from qualifying for Medicaid. Medicaid is based upon family income and assets, not on health insurance. Don't assume that health department programs exclude people who have insurance. Call and ask, and explain your situation. There are lots of people with similar issues. If you do no qualify for Medicaid, you can ask your doctor's office for help. They could offer you a payment plan, and they may have other ideas and options for you.
The CHIP in CHIP Health Insurance is an acronym representative of Children's Health Insurance Program. It is a government sponsored program that covers children whose families do not meet the requirements for Medicaid but cannot afford to purchase standard health insurance.
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Medicaid is a wonderful program that offers health insurance for low income persons. It's easy to apply for and fairly easy to qualify for as well. It's a safe option for people who can't afford other insurance.
This is a no brainer ... if the other driver has no insurance, how possibly could their non-existent insurance be responsible for medical? The only recourse here is to take the other driver to court and sue for damages. Chances are you will still get nothing - most likely if someone cannot afford auto insurance, they certainly could not afford any out of pocket medical expenses. This is why most motorists have to carry under-insured and un-insured auto insurance on their policies ... for your own protection.
The people that can afford to pay for a better insurance I m sure will do so but this way millions of adults and children will be sured medical care.
Yes medicare and medicaid pay for tooth extractions but medicare does not cover anesthesia so Lots of painful needles NEITHER cover real dental care that's a supplemental insurance you have the option to buy even if you can't afford it.
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Nearly every industrialized country has some provision for health insurance, including for those who cannot afford to purchase it on their own. The US is virtually unique in this regard.
State medicaid is available to people who meet the income standards (i.e. have income lower than a certain percentage of Federal Poverty Limits), and/or who are deemed disabled by Social Security Administration. It's not based upon whether the person can afford private health insurance. Under health reform, states can choose to offer medicaid to all people whose incomes are lower than 133% of Federal Poverty Limits. Watch for news in your state about this -- it may come in 2014.
Yes, the military offers individual medical insurance called Tricare for it's employees, retirees and dependents. Medical insurance cost through the military are usually afford and obtainable. Speak with a HR representative or an agent for Tricare to learn what options might be right for you.
Most states require insurance. You should think of auto insurance as part of the cost of owning a car... if you can't afford the insurance, you can't afford the car and shouldn't have one.
I suggest getting insurance somewhere. It is very expensive to have a baby. With all of the prenantal care and the hospital stay. Even if it were a perfect birth and you were only in the hospital one day or less, it would still be very expensive. If you or the baby needed extra medical care or needed to stay in the hospital longer, it would go way up. Check with your state about getting state covered insurance. There are also some companies that you can buy insurance from privately. Or the last option is just to pay for all expenses yourself if you can afford it or work out a payment plan with the doctor and hospital. Another thing is that after the baby is born, it will need insurance for all of the doctors visits and vaccinations that will be needed. You may be able to get the baby covered by the state even if you aren't covered by them or don't qualify. Good luck! If you can afford to get health insurance you should get it before the get pregnant. If you cannot afford health insurance you SHOULD NOT GET PREGNANT. Nobody should plan on getting pregnant if they can't afford to care for the baby the way it needs to be cared for. Be responsible. Wait for insurance. A child is unexpected medical cost and hospital expenses cost more than you'll ever be able to pay off since the added expense of a child. Don't be selfish think of your child.
Health Insurance, if you can afford it.
The best medical plans are plans that offer insurance. This way a customer can pay off the insurance with no big bills to foot at short notice. It also covers unexpected bills and bills that may be higher than expected or can afford.
The best protective equipment you can afford. A motorcycle license. Have gone through a motorcycle school. The best medical and auto insurance that you can afford. These would be the basic requirements before buying a bike.
Most health insurers offer reasonable plans, from Nationwide to Aetna. The difficulty in paying less for health insurance is more often about qualifying for a low rate more than anything else. This entails being healthy and with a good medical history. Another possible option is government-assisted health care. Services like Medicaid exist to help people who cannot afford standard insurance.
Liability. Without it and charged with fault of an accident you face enormous fines and will have to pay medical bills for everyone injured in the crash. Don't cheap out on auto insurance ... ever. The risks are not worth ii. If you can afford the fancy mobile phone with all the perks then you can afford proper auto insurance.
Bariatric surgery is about 20 thousand with aftercare. Medicaid may pay for some of you cost, but will not likely cover the entire procedure. The surgery must be needed because of other medical conditions besides obesity.
Bodily injury liability insurance pays the cost of the medical bills if you cause an accident that leaves someone injured. This insurance can be cheaper but you want to buy the best policy you can afford.
You pay all of the expenses out of pocket. Medical, car, everything. Also get a lawyer because if you cannot afford to make the repairs you can get sued by either the other driver or there insurance to get the money back from you not having insurance.