re you in need of a cheap health insurance policy for yourself or your family? If so, your best bet is to start your search by getting several free quotes and then comparing the costs and the coverage provided. Once you've gotten your free quotes you'll want to contact a few of these companies directly for more information.
There's something about the phrase "cheap health insurance" that bothers me a little bit. Rather than say "cheap", I'd prefer to say, affordable, inexpensive, low cost or something along those lines. Somehow by saying that something is cheap it could very easily be perceived as low quality. Anyway, in the area of health insurance you won't find many cheap policies anyway, though some will be more affordable than others.
Does your employer offer group coverage? If so, you would be much better off to buy coverage through there than you would be to get it in the private sector. There's strength in numbers and buying group is much more affordable than buying single policies. Unfortunately, a lot of employers can't afford to provide health insurance any longer.
You may have to reduce the coverage of a health insurance plan in order to get it within your budget. You might be able to do this by reducing the amount of care provided within a policy. Sometimes this is possible and sometimes it's not. Another thing that you can do is to raise your deductible to the maximum amount possible. I realize that this seems to defeat the purpose of having health insurance, however, the idea here is to cover yourself against long term hospitalization and do your best to pay for your regular doctor visits yourself.
We're between a rock and a hard place here in the USA right now as far as having cheap options. I recommend that you do what I suggested above and do your best to find an inexpensive plan that's within your budget.