Certificate of Coverage


A Certificate of Coverage is a document that describes how much creditable coverage you have, and the date the coverage ended.


Most group health plans and insurance issuers are required to issue certificates automatically shortly after your coverage ends. You also can request a certificate describing particular coverage at any time while the coverage is in effect and within 24 months of the time the coverage ends.

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