$99 per visit
$25 per visit
$49 all included
$99 all included
$25 per session
Up to 80% off
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Up to 20% off + initiation fees waived at over 10,000 gyms
2000+ clinics, 1600 lab sites, 60,000 pharmacies + virtual care available in 50 states 24/7.
Your Mira membership is a passport to the most powerful and affordable healthcare network.
Instead of paying for services that you aren't using, we're helping you save money on essentials when it's needed.
Mira focuses on planned medical care, our system categorizes the most frequently used services, and creates packages for members that are tailored for their lifestyle. This results in much lower premiums and more control over your future finance.
We work with a network of reputable providers to ensure that you receive the best prices, similar or even cheaper than insurance rates.
Unlike insurance, Mira only costs on average $45/month (vs. $500+/month for insurance). Because Mira is not insurance, there is no deductible or requirement for income proof.
Don't think Mira is a good fit? Click here to shop for ACA-qualified health plans. Or create your Mira account now.
The federal individual mandate is no longer in effect as of 2019. Therefore, there is no federal penalty for not having health insurnace in 2022.
MA, NJ, CA, RI, and DC have state-level tax penalties, usually equal to one month the cost of a bronze plan (around $650-$750). However if you find traditional health insurance unaffordable, you can file an online exemption to avoid the penalty.
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Yes. 1 out of 5 members use Mira as a supplemental solution to get cheaper healthcare services.
Health insurance works well for doing things like getting cancer treatment. It's not so good at helping you pay for a doctor when having a cold, allergies, burns, cuts, or COVID.
For only $25 add-on a month, our annual plan allows you to buy cheap health insurance and still get great coverage for everyday health problems.
If your doctor is not in-network with Mira, our care navigation team can help you negotiate the best price, often comparable or even cheaper than how much you paid going through insurance.
We can also help you find alternatives within the same area.
While most urgent situations could be taken care of in a clinic setting, a small percentage might need emergency care. By federal regulations, under EMTALA, all emergency departments are required to treat you regardless of insurance, whether you have Mira or not.
Though Mira coverage doesn't extend to hospital care, we have helped many members identify financial assistance programs to reduce your medical bills using our navigation service.
We found that most of the most expensive hospital stays involved delayed chronic conditions rather than accidents.
This is why Mira has a strong emphasis on preventative care and lab tests. When you are in the hospital, it is already too late.