Friday Health Plans is coming to Georgia in 2022

Friday Health Plans is purpose-built specially for people and small business who buy their own health insurance. After listening to the
needs of Georgians, we are expanding our footprint to Georgia and intend to offer insurance plans in
your area. Learn more about Friday Health Plans and contact us if you are interested in working with us. 

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Company Background

Friday Health Plans was started in 2015 by Sal Gentile and David Pinkert, two health insurance technology industry veterans. After the passage of the Affordable Care Act, the pair wanted to start a simpler, friendlier health insurance company, better designed for individuals choosing their own health plan. Friday Health Plans expanded in 2020 manage more than 80,000 members in Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico and Texas. Friday is planning to add three to five new states in the years ahead.

Insurance Products

Friday Health Plans’ products are designed with simplicity and affordability in mind for people who buy their own health insurance. Plans are offered in bronze, silver, gold and catastrophic categories. They include benefits that customers highly value, such as $0 primary care visits, $0 mental health visits, thousands of $0 preferred generic drugs, $0 telehealth visits—all before the deductible. Friday offers similar plans to small businesses as well. All products are compliant with the Affordable Care Act and are regulated by individual states’ division of insurance. Plans are offered on and off the health insurance marketplace, through licensed brokers, and through the Friday Health Plans website.

Why Work with Friday

Friday takes pride in its Colorado-based, empowered customer and provider service team. We understand the importance of the patient-provider relationship and have a strong history of high-touch customer service, provider support, and timely payments.

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