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Catastrophic Healthcare Program:
Is It for Me?

People often worry about the cost of hospitalization and surgery. They’re concerned that when the unexpected hits, they won’t be able to afford the costs. Generally, they’re pretty healthy, but what if an accident happens or the unthinkable occurs? Catastrophic health programs can give peace of mind that the high costs of medical treatment will be eligible for cost-sharing if the unforeseen becomes today’s reality.

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Catastrophic healthcare cost sharing can give you peace of mind

Catastrophic healthcare offers assistance with the cost of major medical events—such as hospitalizations, traumas, sudden illnesses, and accidents—Trinity’s catastrophic healthcare program offers services such as inpatient and outpatient surgeries, performed in hospitals and ambulatory surgical centers (ASC). Catastrophic healthcare plans have limited services and do not offer regular office visits and medications.

The ideal candidate for a catastrophic medical program

Catastrophic medical programs are an ideal choice to assist with the costs of those unforeseen emergencies, and are intended for those who either have no other healthcare, or who can simply not afford the high price of a traditional, full-coverage medical plan. Catastrophic health programs are also a viable option for those who are healthy and don’t spend a lot of time at the doctor’s office. Catastrophic healthcare allows them to save money each month.

Since doctor’s visits and prescriptions are not eligible for cost sharing, those who tend to be in the doctor’s office frequently or have a pre-existing condition, should consider carrying a different type of program. Pre-existing conditions are not eligible for cost sharing with CarePlus Advantage.

The difference between catastrophic healthcare programs and major medical

Major medical typically includes preventive care, a prescription drug program, emergency services, hospitalization, and its associated costs. While carrying major medical can be reassuring, the soaring costs of healthcare and rigid open enrollment periods have made it very difficult and often unattainable for many hard-working Americans.

Trinity programs are not considered “insurance” which means they don’t have to cut through the red tape required by traditional insurance mandates. Trinity programs such as CarePlus Advantage allow members to achieve comparable cost assurances for catastrophic healthcare services (including emergency care and hospitalization) at a much lower cost because they are supported by a healthcare sharing organization that facilitates medical cost sharing between members.

How Trinity’s catastrophic healthcare program works

Members pay all medical expenses until the individual’s Member Shared Responsibility Amount (MSRA) has been reached. Upon reaching the MSRA, all eligible hospitalization, surgical, or emergency room expenses are submitted for cost-sharing at 100%. If a visit to the emergency room happens, the member is responsible for a $300 consult fee. Upon admittance to the hospital, the $300 then gets applied to the MSRA.

Monthly contributions for catastrophic programs vary depending on age and the chosen MSRA. Low monthly contributions give members peace of mind knowing they are protected against major catastrophic events that could cripple them financially. Catastrophic healthcare programs provide a great combination of low price and good hospital services.

Having adequate healthcare is important. When illness strikes, no one wants to be worrying about medical expenses while trying to get well. Catastrophic healthcare programs help give peace of mind in case the unimaginable happens.

CarePlus Advantage

Trinity's catastrophic healthcare program, CarePlus Advantage, is best suited for individuals and families who are primarily healthy and looking to provide security for their family in event of a catastrophic incident or hospitalization, plus emergency room cost sharing.