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  • Between Jobs in Indiana? Cover Your Family with Short Term Health Insurance

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As a result of the constantly-changing economic landscape, Indiana residents have found themselves in-between jobs at a greater frequency than ever. Being in-between jobs can alter one's health insurance status, which can cause real problems if you or a member of your family needs to visit the doctor or check into the hospital. Thankfully, short term health insurance provides the alternative you need.

Because of the economic difficulties faced not only in the U.S. but the world at large over the last few years, many Indiana residents found themselves without jobs. And since most people rely on their employers to provides medical insurance, being without a job left them without insurance coverage for themselves and their families. Without insurance, the cost of obtaining medical care increases exponentially.

For many residents, the economic rebound experience in the last year has created new job opportunities. This is great news, however in terms of insurance, there is still one catch. Many employers require new employees pass through a probationary period before they can receive medical benefits. This may last anywhere from 30 to 90 days.

In each of these instance, short term health insurance provides an ideal solution. This type of insurance can be purchased just for the amount of time you are out of work or going through a probationary period at your new job. It will allow you and your family access to affordable healthcare for inpatient and outpatient treatments, emergency room treatment, prescriptions, and more. With this type of insurance, you can make sure that your family is protected no matter your professional status.

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