Pregnancy Health Plans

It is best to find out government funded pregnancy health plans. Medicaid is a state run program providing medical assistance for low-income families and individuals.  WIC (Women Infants and Children) is a federal agency that serves to safeguard the health of low-income women, infants and children under the age of five years.

Health care discount programs offer many alternatives to traditional health insurance. These alternatives offer a discount on pregnancy health care and may help you out. Make sure to check with your health care provider to find out what discount you would receive if you paid cash. Take monthly fees, deductibles and premiums into account.

For instance Maternity Advantage is a discount health program that can save you up to 60% on doctor’s visits, lab work, sonograms, your hospital stay, and much more. Maternity Advantage is not insurance but it works with a National Preferred Provider Maternity Network.

AmeriPlan is a discount plan that saves up to 50% and more on health care services. Benefits include physician, hospital, and ancillary services. Since AmeriPlan is not insurance, all pre-existing conditions are covered. Other options for managing pregnancy healthcare costs include setting up payment plans and sliding scale offers.