Coventry Corporation was founded in 1986, with Coventry Health Care becoming a public company as of 1991, on the foundation of being financially strict while providing excellent service. Coventry’s goal is also to make health insurance simple for its customers in every process, from claims to prescriptions to applying for health insurance. They succeed in keeping their services low cost and high quality by managing their company well and being sensible. East Coast Health Insurance is a large supporter of Coventry plans, not just because they save people significant amounts of money on health insurance, but also because their quality of care actually is quite good.

CoventryOne is the individual health insurance policy available from Coventry Health Care. CoventryOne plans provide quality medical care for a very low cost compared to many other carriers, and are available in the states of Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wyoming.

CoventryOne Plans

CoventryOne offers several different types of health plans for individuals and families. The availability of plan types and their cost will vary based on what state and region in which you live. The following is a list of plans offered by CoventryOne in various states. To find out which ones are available in your area and how much it will cost for you, fill out a quote.

  • Plus Plans offer the most comprehensive coverage for a low deductible, low copayment for office visits, and minimal overall copayments for the patient. Plus Plans from CoventryOne provides the lowest amount of out-of-pocket expenses combined with a multitude of benefits.
  • Value Plans have a basic amount of benefits and coverage, for a very low cost that is designed for individuals in their twenties and early thirties, or anyone who is uninsured due to the high cost of typical health insurance plans. With a Value Plan, most individuals will be able to afford to purchase health coverage, and not compromise the level of care they receive.
  • Saver Plans or Qualified High Deductible Health Plans, with the ability to open an optional health savings account (HSA) in connection with your health plan. An HSA can be a very beneficial asset when you need to pay for medical expenses that are not covered by your plan, or you wish to apply your savings toward other cost-sharing instances such as your deductible.
  • Copay Plans of various sorts are available in certain states, from their Traditional Copay plans, which features a wide range of coverage options and a reasonable premium, to Value Copay plans with low copayments and a variety of deductibles and premiums to choose from, in order to accommodate every price range. CoventryOne even offers an Extra Value Copay Plan, which has the absolute lowest premiums possible for great quality health coverage.

Other types of plans similar to those listed above are also available, depending on your state of residence. CoventryOne usually groups the types of plans offered together based on the geographical region, and has some plans specific to certain states. Regardless of the plan type or where you live, there will most likely be a CoventryOne plan to fit your budget.