Health Plan One offers more than 150 health insurance plans in Cincinnati, which is part of Hamilton County, Ohio. Health insurance carriers that offer individual and family health insurance plans in Cincinnati include Aetna, Anthem, Assurant, Humana, Medical Mutual, and United Health One. Enter your ZIP code above to compare details of the health insurance plans available in Cincinnati.
Health Plan One can help assist you in finding the right health coverage and the appropriate price range. Our company can help assist you in individual and group coverage. There are also state coverage programs such as Ohio Medicaid, Healthy Start, and Healthy Families. If you have any questions, contact us at 877-567-5267
If you are a self-employed resident of Ohio you can qualify for a small group plan. Also, if you own a small business and have at least two eligible employees you can apply at any time during the year. In order for an employee to be eligible he or she must work 25 hours a week. Small groups meeting these requirement may apply but can be underwritten meaning that no one can be denied coverage but rates will be based on the health history of each employee enrolling.
Meant to provide basic health coverage to residents in need, Ohio Medicaid provides service to specific groups including children under the age of 19, pregnant women, families with children under the age of 19, people with disabilities, adults over the age of 65, and certain women screened for breast and/or cervical cancer. Covered services include family planning services and supplies, inpatient hospital care, home health services, physician services, and more. For a more in depth look at the covered services, visit http://jfs.ohio.gov/OHP/consumers/benefits.stm .
Similar to the federally-mandated SCHIP, Ohio offers Healthy Start to its residents. A Medicaid program available to children under the age of 19, families with income up to 200% of the federal poverty level, and pregnant women whose income is up 200% the federal poverty level, Healthy Start eligible individuals receive benefits such as preventive care, inpatient hospital care, lab and x-rays, pharmacy, dental/hearing/vision care, and more.
Similarly, Healthy Families is a related Medicaid program available to families with children under the age of 19 with incomes up to 90% the federal poverty level.
For more information on both plans you can visit http://jfs.ohio.gov/OHP/consumers/familychild.stm
Those who qualify for any of the plans described above can also become eligible for Healthchek services, Ohioâ€™s Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment Program. Healthchek aims to help find health problems at an early age so they can stop before they become a major issue. The plan will cover 8 check-ups in a childâ€™s first 2 years and an annual check-up each year following. If a potential problem is found, treatment is covered. To find out more visit http://jfs.ohio.gov/OHP/consumers/Healthchek.stm.
To learn about specific Medicare plans in Cincinnati, visit our Cincinnati Medicare Solutions page.