Pays you up to $1,450 additional cash benefits for Hospital and/or Skilled Nursing Facility stays for a covered injury or sickness.
NEA CarePlus pays you or someone you choose a lump sum cash benefit depending on how long your stay is to help pay for your covered Hospital stay and other Home Recovery Expenses.
|Number of Days for a Covered Hospital/Skilled Nursing Stay||Your Cash Benefits|
|More than 31 days||$1,450|
Pays you up to $8,000* ($200 a day) additional cash benefits for covered Home Recovery Expenses
The NEA CarePlus Hospital Insurance Plan doesn’t stop paying once you’re out of the Hospital. Since many patients are being released from the Hospital sooner, this plan pays you or someone you choose cash benefits to help with your recovery at home.
With this plan, you’ll collect $200 for each day you incur a covered Home Recovery Expense. Benefits are paid for up to 40 days per year (maximum 20 days per occurrence).* Services must be received within 90 days of discharge from the Hospital and must have a home health care plan of treatment approved by Medicare or TRICARE.
That’s up to a total of $8,000* a year you won’t have to pay out of pocket for the Home Recovery care you need.
Plus, your Home Recovery Benefits will be paid in addition to your Hospital Benefits.
These Home Recovery Benefits are designed to help cover lost income, pay for medical or adaptive home equipment, or home health aide or convenience items like a heating pad, over the counter medications, etc.
Thanks to the group buying power of 3 million NEA members, you pay an affordable group rate:
|Spouse / Domestic Partner|
*At age 80, Home Recovery benefits reduce to a maximum of 20 days per accrual year or a maximum of $4,000 (one benefit period).
All premiums are based on the age of each Insured person at enrollment and increase as you reach each new age bracket.
The company reserves the right to change rates and/or benefits on a class basis. You will be billed quarterly.
Your acceptance in the NEA CarePlus Hospital Insurance Plan is guaranteed† as long as you are age 65 or older and enrolled in Medicare or TRICARE. Insurance benefits payable are subject to your policy’s Pre-Existing Conditions Limitations.†
Your spouse or domestic partner is also guaranteed acceptance† as long as he or she is over age 65.
Unlike some plans, this plan picks up from where you left off if you’re Hospitalized again within 90 days for the same or related Sickness or Injury. And there is no limit on the number of Hospital stays per year as long as your periods of confinement are separated by at least 90 days.
The NEA CarePlus Hospital Insurance Plan is yours for as long as you want it—no matter what your age.
You can keep this coverage as long as you want provided you continue to pay your premiums when due, NEA continues the plan, you continue NEA membership and the group Master Policy stays in force.
Your spouse or domestic partner can continue this coverage as long as he or she meets eligibility requirements. If you were to die, your spouse or domestic partner can continue this coverage (see your Certificate of Insurance for more details).
Your coverage will become effective on the first day of the month your Confirmation Form and first premium payment are received, provided you are not Confined in the Hospital. If you are Hospital-Confined, your effective date will be when you resume your normal activity.
During the first 6 months of a coverage, losses incurred for Pre-Existing Conditions are not covered. A Pre-Existing Condition means any Injury or Sickness, including pregnancy; diagnosed or undiagnosed, for which you have received medical care within the 6-month period prior to your coverage effective date or the date of an increase in coverage. During that time, benefits for all other accidents or illnesses will be paid under the policy provisions. You are urged to consider this limitation before dropping any coverage you may have until the waiting period is over.
If you are on Medicare, please see this important Medicare Notice.
This plan does not cover intentionally self-inflicted Injuries, suicide or attempted suicide, whether sane or insane (in Missouri or Colorado, while sane).
“Confined or Confinement” means being an inpatient in a Hospital due to a Sickness or Injury.
Hospital does not mean a nursing home or skilled nursing facility; Convalescent Home; a place for rest, custodial care, or for the aged; a clinic; a place for the treatment of mental illness, alcoholism, or drug addiction. A place for the treatment of Mental, Nervous, or Emotional Disorders will be regarded as a Hospital if it is part of an institution that meets the above requirements and it is listed in the American Hospital Association Guide as a general Hospital.
This website explains the general purpose of the insurance described, but in no way changes or affects the policy as actually issued. In the event of a discrepancy between this website and the policy, the terms of the policy apply. All the benefits are subject to the terms and conditions of the policy. Policies underwritten by the Hartford Life and Accident Insurance Company detail exclusions, limitations, reduction of benefits and terms under which the policies may be continued in full or discontinued. Complete details are in the Certificate of Insurance issued to each insured individual and the Master Policy issued to the policyholder. This program may vary and may not be available to residents of all states.
Hospital Indemnity Form Series includes SRP-1151, or state equivalent.
This policy provides limited benefits health insurance only. It does NOT provide basic hospital, basic medical or major medical insurance as defined by the New York State Department of Financial Services.
The Hartford® is The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc., and its subsidiaries, including issuing company Hartford Life and Accident Insurance Company.
THIS IS A HOSPITAL CONFINEMENT INDEMNITY POLICY. THE POLICY PROVIDES LIMITED BENEFITS. This limited benefit plan: (1) does not constitute major medical coverage, and (2) does not satisfy the individual mandate of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) because the coverage does not meet requirements of minimum essential coverage.