I'm not entirely sure that this addresses your question as I'm not sure what you meant with this statement: It is cheaper for me to cover my husband at work, and for me to buy individual coverage. I am adding my husband as a dependent and changing the coverage so that his treatment will not be interrupted. However, if what you intend is to establish two plans for yourself (one as a family plan with DH and a 2nd individual plan for you), there may be some issues with the providers accepting this and you could run into trouble when they have to establish the primary and secondary provider. I would think that approach would be overly costly as well. Since the individual policy for me would be an HMO, primary and secondary is not an issue. It is less costly than obtaining an individual policy for my husband.
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