Health Insurance Marketplace Plans in Sitka county AK
There are Health Insurance Marketplace Plans available in Sitka county Alaska from health insurance providers. There are Catastrophic plans that emphasize coverage for hospitalization or serious illness. And Bronze Plans that cover 60% of expenses, Silver Plans that cover 70% of expenses, Gold Plans that cover 80% of coverage and Platinum with the highest coverage at 90%. The Lowest premium offered for an adult individual Age 27 in Sitka county is $9999 and the highest is $0.
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The premium information provided is a approximate. Many factors can change your premiums. Please verify premiums on your state exchange or at healthcare.gov or with the insurance company or an agent. NOTE: Premium amounts do not include tax credits that will lower premiums for the majority of those applying, specifically those with income up to 400 percent of the federal poverty level.
Bronze Covers 60% of expenses.
Silver Covers 70% of expenses.
Gold Covers 80% of expenses.
Platinum Covers 90% of expenses.
Catastrophic: Catastrophic plans are only for hospitalization or serious illness. For people under 30 or with hardship exemptions.
Family: Two adults age 30, With 2 children
Single Parent Family: 1 adult age 30, 2 children
Couple: 2 adults age 40, no children
Child: 1 child any age
Note: This document includes data from plans in the Federally-facilitated and State-Partnership Marketplaces. Those data were pulled from the Health Insurance Oversight System (HIOS) for Federally-facilitated states, and from the System for Electronic and Rate Form Filing (SERFF) for the partnership states. They are current as of September 27, 2013, and are subject to change. For counties in Alaska and Nebraska, the premium rates shown are for the rating area within that county with the highest population. For counties in all other states, the premiums shown are for all persons residing in that county. The premium amounts do not include tax credits that will lower premiums for the majority of those applying, specifically those with income up to 400 percent of the federal poverty level.