What’s a preexisting condition?

January 26, 2016

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Oxford Dictionary defines preexisting condition as “a medical condition existing at a time when new insurance is applied for.”

In the past, having a preexisting condition meant that you had a really hard time getting health insurance. Carriers viewed you as a high expense, so they often denied you a plan OR made you pay them a very high monthly payment for a plan. Bummer, right?


With the passing of the Affordable Care Act in 2010, discriminating people with preexisting conditions became a thing of the past!

If you have a preexisting condition, you no longer have to worry about not getting health insurance OR paying a steep price for it. You also don’t have to worry about your insurance not covering your preexisting condition. Your health insurance plan has your back.

If you’re in the market for health insurance, we can help!