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How to Get Health Benefits as an Instacart Shopper
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How to Get Health Benefits as an Instacart Shopper

There are still options such as using Stride, utilizing health benefits from another job, through a partner, or a health subscription service like Mira.

Girisha Bharadwaj
Girisha Bharadwaj3 Sep 2022
What is an HRA?
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What is an HRA?

A Health Reimbursement Arrangements (HRA) is an agreement between employee and employer about a predetermined allowance that may be eligible for qualified medical expenses. Only employers can put money into an HRA.

Kendra Bean
Kendra Bean26 Aug 2022
How Do I Add Dependents to My Health Plan?
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How Do I Add Dependents to My Health Plan?

Adding dependents to your health insurance plan can be done directly through your insurance company's website, marketplace plans, or employer if you have job-based insurance coverage during open enrollment or due to qualifying life events.

Alexandra Thompson
Alexandra Thompson23 Aug 2022
Health Insurance Options for Uber Drivers
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Health Insurance Options for Uber Drivers

An Uber driver can get health benefits through a family member, a health plan alternative like Mira, an individual plan through the marketplace, and a catastrophic plan.

Kendra Bean
Kendra Bean23 Aug 2022
Are there Alternatives to K Health?
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Are there Alternatives to K Health?

Alternatives to K Health include Mira, Doctor on Demand, MD Live, and Plushcare. The service that's best for you depends on your personal needs.

Kendra Bean
Kendra Bean23 Aug 2022
What Should I Do When COBRA Coverage is Too Expensive?
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What Should I Do When COBRA Coverage is Too Expensive?

After calculating your premium and costs, you may find COBRA to be too expensive. You can consider an individual insurance plan, subscription-based insurance coverage like Mira, or joining a spouse due to the qualifying life events.

Alexandra Thompson
Alexandra Thompson23 Aug 2022
Health Benefits for Lyft Drivers
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Health Benefits for Lyft Drivers

A Lyft driver can get health benefits through a family member, a health plan alternative like Mira, an individual plan through the marketplace, and a catastrophic plan.

Erica Kahn
Erica Kahn23 Aug 2022
Health Benefits As An Amazon Flex Contracted Employee
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Health Benefits As An Amazon Flex Contracted Employee

An Amazon Flex contracted employee can get health benefits through a family member, a health plan alternative like Mira, an individual plan through the marketplace, and a catastrophic plan.

Kendra Bean
Kendra Bean23 Aug 2022
How Much Is Individual Health Insurance in 2022? 
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How Much Is Individual Health Insurance in 2022? 

Individual health insurance ranges from $221 to $839 per month, depending on multiple factors. Your insurance plan varies by metal tier and plan type.

Kendra Bean
Kendra Bean23 Aug 2022
Can I Lose My Medicaid Coverage?
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Can I Lose My Medicaid Coverage?

There are a few reasons why you might be at risk of losing your Medicaid coverage, including pandemic-related policy changes, changes in income level, and loss of social security insurance benefits.

Girisha Bharadwaj
Girisha Bharadwaj23 Aug 2022
Can I Use My Health Insurance Outside of State
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Can I Use My Health Insurance Outside of State

All health insurance plans regardless of the state of purchase will cover emergency services at any hospital in the United States, with the exception of Hawaii. However, non-emergency care, like primary care visits, might not be covered.

Alexandra Thompson
Alexandra Thompson23 Aug 2022
What Are My Options Once I Age Off of My Parent's Health Insurance?
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What Are My Options Once I Age Off of My Parent's Health Insurance?

After turning 26, the exact time at which your parent’s health insurance plan expires will depend on how your parent gets their health insurance - private or public coverage. After turning 26, you will be able to sign up for your plan within a specific 120-day period or during the year-end Open Enrollment Period, but to avoid a coverage gap, you should decide upon a plan before or during your birthday month.

Kendra Bean
Kendra Bean23 Aug 2022