Major Medical Health Insurance Plans

Affordable Care Act

Major Medical Health Insurance Plans

Updated on November 15, 2019

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A major medical health insurance plan is a type of medical insurance plan that meets all of the minimum essential benefit standards of the Affordable Care Act (ACA or “Obamacare”),while providing benefits for a broad range of inpatient and outpatient health-care services.

It’s important for you to understand that not all major medical health insurance plans can be purchased with a premium tax credit, but enrollment in a major medical health insurance plan does protect you from tax penalties for being uninsured under Obamacare.

Cost of major medical insurance plans

Premiums*

  • $321 per month for individual coverage
  • $833 per month for family coverage

Deductibles*

  • $4,358 per year for individual coverage
  • $7,983 per year for family coverage

*Data according to the latest research from eHealth’s Price Index, based on eHealth shoppers not utilizing government subsidies who selected plans at eHealth during the 2016 open enrollment period.
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