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Re: [IP] post-college health insurance, help?!
If you are thinking of getting school insurance you will want to check it
out. When my husband was laid off before he finished school we looked into
getting insurance from the school. Come to find out it would not cover any
pre-existing conditions for I believe the first 9 months so you would have
to buy all of your diabetic supplies yourself. She explained to me that
because they are an institution they do not have to cover pre-existing
conditions even if you were previously covered by insurance.
Getting a new insurance from work if you have been insured for less than 90
days will cover all pre-existing conditions (some insurance companies differ
on the time limits) This is what we found out when researching this problem
before his last year.
I hope that this information will help. Remember to ask about durable
medical supplies when finding out how much they will cover.
> Hello all, So I've been doing some research on my post-college health
> options and I wonder if anyone has any experience or advice or guidance, or
> anything that might help. Right now, I'm covered under my parents plan, and
> percent of my supplies are covered, etc...I;ve been researching a bit and
> out that I can stay on my parents plan until I'm 26, as long as I maintain
> status as a full-time student. If I take time off from school between college
> and grad school, I'm on my own for health coverage until I return to school,
> which point I can get back on my parents plan (or buy the plan at whatever
> university I attend for grad school). I'd like to take a year off before I go
> graduate school, but I'm wondering how feasable this is, or how I could best
> make it work. Going without health coverage for 9 months seems risky, but
> getting my own plan seems both difficult and expensive, given the fact that
> diabetic. I don't really know anything about hea!
> lth insurance...it seems like I could pay out of pocket for 9 months for
> diabetes supplies for less money than coverage would cost, but that's only if
> nothing major went wrong in the meantime. Ok, I don't really know what
> to ask. I'm really interested in hearing what other people have dealt with in
> terms of insurance coverage or lack thereof. Thanks everyone.Gianna
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