Choosing a Plan
You can choose your plan by metal tiers: Bronze, Silver, or Gold. These levels are defined by healthcare.gov and serve as a guide to how much you’ll spend.
Health Insurance Plans
These plans are a popular choice for those who'd like a traditional or "classic" plan, including coverage for medical services, preventive care, and prescription drugs. Choose a deductible and benefits that work for you.
These plans give you the freedom to choose how you spend your healthcare dollars. They typically have a higher deductible and a lower premium, and you may be able to use a Health Savings Account (HSA) to pay for most healthcare expenses. You may be able to put money you save on premiums into an HSA to use for medical services and prescriptions. And if you don't use all of the money in your HSA, don't worry—it carries over to the next year.
These plans cover only Essential Health Benefits (EHBs) as defined by your state. Learn more about Benchmark plans, including any exclusions, benefit categories, and more.
If you are younger than 30, or if you qualify for a hardship exemption*, you might be interested in a catastrophic health plan. These have higher deductibles and out-of-pocket maximums, and are ideal for those who only want protection from very high medical costs. However, you can’t use government subsidies to help pay for these plans.
If you’re looking for short-term coverage, consider a Transition plan. This plan will cover you for as little as 30 days or as long as 89 days. It’s not renewable, and it does not cover pre-existing conditions or prescriptions. Use it for those in-between times—like changing jobs or if you missed the open enrollment period—to cover accidents and illness.
Keep in mind that Transition plans don’t meet minimum essential coverage requirements.
Our Individual plans include coverage for prescriptions with access to more than 45,000 pharmacies nationwide.
Dental Care (Utah Only)
A healthy mouth is part of a healthy body. We offer plans with low deductibles and coverage for most preventive services. So don’t stop at medical coverage—consider a dental plan to protect your smile.
Note: We sell Individual plans in Utah and Idaho. However, plans are not available to those living in the following Idaho counties: Benewah, Bonner, Boundary, Butte, Clark, Clearwater, Idaho, Latah, Lewis, Nez Perce, Shoshone, and Teton.
Networks: Doctors and Hospitals
Get access to the doctors, hospitals, and clinics nearest you. Choose from three networks: SelectHealth Network, Select Value, and Select Med. Plans with smaller networks generally cost less, while larger networks give you access to more providers. Emergency care is always covered, no matter where you go.
As you review these network maps, keep this in mind: Put simply, a network is the group a providers and facilities with whom we’ve contracted to provide care to our members. But a service area is different. Our service area is the geographical area we serve—basically, it’s where we sell plans. So you may live in an area covered by our network, but if it isn’t part of our service area, you won’t be eligible to purchase a plan.
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