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must stay in network with individual ACA plans.


• Max out-of-pocket costs for Market- place plans is $8,150.


• Many plans do not have first-dollar benefits on specialty care provider visits or higher tier prescriptions.


• Individual plans have specific enroll- ment periods. Open enrollment for the individual market opens November 1 and ends December 15 of each year.


• Short-term medical plans are avail- able year-round; however, they are not considered major medical due to limits and caps.


Health insurance is one of the biggest con- cerns we face today. MDIS works with doz- ens of health insurance carriers to provide our clients with the best options and rates available. Let MDIS customize a plan that fits your needs. f


Contact Christy Diehl with MDIS for more information on group and individual health insurance options at christy@mdis4dds.com or call 800- 944-7550.


Health Insurance does not cover work related injuries ... work related injuries are covered under a workers compensation policy.


Call MDIS to set up a workers compensation policy and protect your employees and your practice from a financial hit due to an employee becoming injured on the job.


Honest Answers. Practical Solutions. Personal Service. 800-944-7550 | MDIS4DDS.COM


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