Healthcare is part treatment, and part cost. We know, because 10 years ago, our founder was double billed for the birth of his son. Our team has been helping others avoid cost pitfalls ever since. With SnapHealth you get our experiences in an online format to help you buy quality health insurance, understand your plan, and find affordable treatment.
SnapHealth is committed to helping find coverage for the 160 million Americans who don't have employer insurance.
SnapHealth is an evolution of ten years of our team meeting client needs in person. Over 1,000 experiences were sculpted into our process. We use your health history, active medication lists, and income to turn all plans available in your area into three personalized recommendations to meet your needs.
Today - Get Covered
Tomorrow - Get Treatment
Starting in 2023, SnapHealth will be helping families compare treatments based both on affordability and quality of the providers in your area.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Companies are either For-Profit, Non-Profit, or Benefit. SnapHealth is filed in the state of Pennsylvania legally as a Benefit Corp. Unlike traditional For-Profit companies, whose SOLE purpose is to earn revenue for their shareholders, Benefit companies are required to meet a DUAL mandate. For SnapHealth we must balance both business and public interests (our public benefit is improving human health at its core.) This is important because we have a legal fiduciary duty to do what is equally in the best interest of our stakeholders, clients, employees, and the community we are in.
When buying health insurance from ANYONE, ask yourself two questions: 1. Are there limits on the plans available? 2. Are their recommendations biased? Depending on your age, income, and employer status, your health insurance recommendations change and some systems don't have all the options. SnapHealth fixes all of that. Our team is Pennie Certified, Healthcare.gov certified, works with over 50 insurance companies, is connected to the Department of Health for Medicaid, and is Medicare certified. There is no wrong door. And, as a benefit company, we only recommend what is best for you.
Once your first premium payment is made your cards should be mailed out by the insurance company. At the beginning of the year, insurance companies tend to get backed up so it may take a few weeks to receive. If you feel that your cards should have been to you by now, please call the customer service line for your insurer and request that the cards be mailed again.