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Standard Healthcare Plan:
An Economic Plan for the Family

With the rising cost of health insurance and the frustrations of trying to obtain the desired healthcare in either the private sector or the Marketplace, Aliera Healthcare offers a refreshing alternative. Not a traditional health insurance, Aliera Healthcare offers an everyday plan that has broad offerings at reasonable prices. A refreshing option in today’s frustrating market.

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The benefits of Aliera’s standard healthcare plans

Aliera Healthcare’s affordable health insurance alternative—AlieraCare—offers low-cost healthcare for both individuals and families. This affordable individual healthcare provides individuals and families with immediate access to doctors through office visits, urgent care, and telemedicine.

Telemedicine allows members to reach a U.S. board-certified doctor 24/7 from the comfort of their home rather than having to brave the crowds when feeling ill. Members can speak with a physician on the phone or by video and can receive prescriptions and follow-up recommendations without having to take time off of work or wait in crowded waiting rooms. With this affordable healthcare, unlimited telemedicine is offered through the plan.

Preventive Care is also eligible for cost-sharing with zero out-of-pocket expenses and no member responsible shared amount (MRSA) for in-network providers and labs. Flu shots, regular annual screenings, and immunizations are all eligible with this low-cost individual healthcare. An average savings of 55% on every prescription is seen by Aliera members.

Aliera Healthcare’s affordable individual health plans include primary care physician visits, pharmaceuticals, basic eye and hearing examines, both in- and out-patient procedures, extended hospitalizations, urgent care needs, labs, and diagnostic procedures. It’s an all-inclusive, affordable healthcare option. Even people with pre-existing conditions can get good healthcare—reaching a doctor whenever they need through telemedicine.

The difference between standard (everyday) healthcare plans and major medical insurance

Major medical insurance must meet the minimum requirements of the Affordable Care Act including preventive care, a prescription drug program, emergency services, hospitalization, and its associated costs. While carrying major medical insurance can be reassuring, the soaring costs of healthcare and rigid open enrollment periods have made it very difficult and often unattainable for many hard-working Americans.

Aliera Healthcare plans are not considered “insurance” which means they don’t have to cut through the red tape required by traditional insurance mandates. Aliera Healthcare plans such as AlieraCare VPP allow members to achieve comparable cost assurances for standard healthcare services (including preventative care and immediate access to doctors through office visits, urgent care, and telemedicine) at a much lower cost because they are supported by a healthcare sharing organization that facilitates medical cost sharing between members.

The standard healthcare plan’s ideal candidate

Aliera’s standard healthcare is ideal for individuals and families who want both physician and hospitalization at lower costs. With contribution costs for an individual starting at just $187.85 per month, what is saved on monthly contributions can be set aside to help pay for the higher MSRA, which works like a deductible in traditional insurance. Members can also choose how high or low they want the MSRA to be with three plans setting the MSRA to $5000, $7500, or $10,000.

Known in the industry as everyday health plans or low-cost comprehensive healthcare, Aliera’s standard health plan option is paving the way to a new style of healthcare. For people looking for a company that cares about its members, contact Aliera Healthcare today. Taking control of your healthcare can be really simple.

AlieraCare VPP

Aliera's standard healthcare plan, AlieraCare, is recommended for individuals and families who are primarily healthy and whose main concern is preventive services and basic medical needs, as well as cost-sharing for a catastrophic care event.