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Temporary High-Risk Pools (PCIP)

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Health Reform 2010 establishes a temporary national high-risk pool to provide health coverage to Individuals with pre-existing medical conditions offsite link starting the end of September 2010 until January 1, 2014. The program is referred to as Pre-Existing Condition Insurance Plan (PCIP).

U.S. citizens and legal immigrants who have a pre-existing medical condition and who have been uninsured for at least six months are eligible to enroll and to receive subsidized premiums.

Premiums for the pool will be established for a standard population.

There is a maximum amount of cost you will be expected to pay in addition to premiums of approximately $6,000 for an individual and $12,000 for a family. .

To learn about the pool in your state, see: offsite link

NOTE: This feature is in addition to all other currently existing means of obtaining health insurance which you can learn about by cilcking here.

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