2014 GroupHealth Individual Policies

Because all health plans must now offer coverage that includes the 10 essential health benefits, health plans look more alike than ever before. So how do you decide? Choose a plan that gives you the most value — and the best price — based on the way you use health care services.

  • If you anticipate using a lot of health care services, you may want a plan with a higher monthly premium but lower out-of-pocket costs. Consider the Group Health Core Gold plan.
  • If you're healthy and rarely use health care services, you may prefer a plan with lower premiums and higher out-of-pocket costs. Consider the Group Health Core Bronze plan.
  • If you're under age 30 or you qualify for financial hardship (as determined on a case-by-case basis), you may want a Catastrophic plan available through Washington Healthplanfinder.
  • Want something in between? The Group Health Core Silver plan may be just right for you.

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