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Securing Health Care, Checking My Rights
I am a "Non Traditional" student attending a University, just 25, turning 26 in September. As such, on my 26th Birthday, I will no longer be eligible to be on my Parent's insurance.
Unfortunately, I have had very little luck discussing my options with my current health care provider - they are pretty much obfuscating the truth so that they can profit. As a student-hourly employee at my University, I am not entitled to benefits.
I do know that I can pay for health insurance with my University, but don't know what other options I have out there. Who can I talk to and get a straight answer about this? With the new Health Care act, a lot of laws are changing, and I don't know my options and rights. I don't believe National Health care is hitting until 2014, and I can't afford a lapse, because I have pre-existing conditions that will need to carry over to my next provider.