There have been several changes to National General's products and their availability.
Short Term Medical
Short Term Medical can now be sold in Maine* for plan effective dates of February 23, 2019, and later.
Ohio will no longer have an office visit copay for new plans submitted with effective dates of February 23, 2019, and later. Office visit charges will be subject to deductible and coinsurance.
March 31, 2019, will be the last day to sell NatGen Short Term Medical in Colorado.
New Out-of-Pocket Amounts
Colorado, Maryland and Montana have a new coinsurance out-of-pocket maximum of $5,000. This change will be effective February 22, 2019, for plans with February 23, 2019, and later effective dates.
The National General Accident & Health Dental Indemnity plan is now for sale in Colorado and South Carolina. This brings their Dental Indemnity footprint to a whopping 42 states!
Effective March 6, 2019, new applicants will not be required to create an account in Coverage Builder. Clients will just need to click the link in the Application Pending Signature email to access and sign their Application and Billing Authorization.