40 million Americans are uninsured. Many as part-time workers or independent contractors.
Uninsured individuals are 3X more likely to use the ER for very basic things like the Flu or cold and get stuck with thousands of dollars in surprise bills and medical debt.
We can do better.
From preventative, urgent care, to prescription discounts, we got your back!
Common questions that employers have about Mira
Mira is an low-cost alternative for small businesses to provide healthcare access to attract and retain talent.
Yes. Many businesses with catastrophic insurance add Mira to help their employees manage out of pocket cost.
Because Mira is not an insurance product, you have the flexibility to provide Mira to both W2 employees and 1099 contractors. In fact, we work with gig-economy market places to provide Mira as a baseline healthcare option.
Yes. In fact, many startups do this, and the cost is still lower than having an insurance.
Mira covers essential healthcare such as urgent care, primary care, lab test, prescriptions, and more.
The monthly membership is not tax-deductible. However, it could be considered a business expense. The copays can be paid using your HSA, FSA, QHERSA, ICHRA.