If you live in California — We partner with Covered California to provide you with access to trusted health plans that include robust consumer protection.
We can also help you get financial assistance from the American Rescue Plan.
Plans start at as little as $1 per month.
We partner with National Health Benefits, an innovative non-profit organization, to offer a cost-effective alternative to traditional health insurance. Venteur users gain access to special discounted rates on the following two plans:
Mega Plan: You get access to primary and specialist care, as well as free, unlimited, on-demand telehealth. Plans are $147 per month and have a $0 deductible.
You get access to all of the perks of the Mega Plan plus coverage in case you have a larger medical event.
Plans start at $378 per month.
Dental and vision coverage can be added to any of the health plans above for a small fee.
This coverage provides cash benefits in case of an accident – for example, you fall and break your arm. It provides you with piece of mind and financial protections in case the unexpected occurs. The money also helps you cover costs, so you can focus on recovering from your accident.
Most health insurance will cover hospital stays, but even the best plans have limits. Keep this in mind: the national average for a hospital stay is 4.5 days at a cost of $10,400 per day. Depending on the details of your plan, you could be on the hook for these costs. Hospital indemnity insurance levels up your coverage and helps you fill gaps for things not paid by your medical insurance.
No one expects to get cancer. However, the reality is that Americans have a 1 in 3 chance of getting it. Cancer insurance provides additional financial protection to cover expenses in case that “what if” scenario happens.
Critical Illness insurance provides a lump-sum cash benefit to help cover expenses associated with a qualifying serious illness, such as a heart attack or a stroke. You can use the cash benefit to cover things like rent, groceries, transportation to and from treatment, or out-of-pocket medical costs.