Individual and Family
In Texas, if you’re applying for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act (ACA or Obamacare), your open enrollment period for the 2020 coverage year begins on November 1, 2020.
According an eHealth marketplace survey, these are starting prices for coverage in Texas
1 This is based on the lowest cost plan available for a 40-year-old on Healthcare.gov in October of 2018.
2 This is based on the lowest cost plan available for a 40-year-old woman on eHealth.com with a $5,000 deductible and 20% coinsurance, or less.
With the Open Enrollment period coming to an end, you’re probably starting to think about the cost of health insurance plans in Texas. According to the most recent data online, here are the starting prices for coverage for a single 40-year-old man in Texas:
|Zip, City, State|| Lowest Priced Bronze |
(Healthcare.gov on 7/17/2020)
|12-Month short-term plan (Lowest Priced Plan)|
|73301, Austin, TX||$313.55||$125.82|
1This is based on the lowest cost plan available on Healthcare.gov in July 2019
2This is based on the lowest cost plan available on eHealth.com with a 10K deductible, 20% coinsurance, or less
In Texas, the average person using eHealth’s Rx drug tool saved over $2,000 on out-of-pocket drug costs by having an Obamacare plan, according to research from eHealth.com.
|Insurance Companies in Texas with Plans Available on eHealth.com||Short-Term Health Insurance||Major Medical Health Insurance||Medical Insurance Packages|
|Blue Cross, Blue Shield of Texas||No||Yes||No|
|Companion Life Insurance||Yes||No||No|
|National General Accident & Health||Yes||No||No|