An “off-exchange plan” refers to a health insurance policy that is not available for purchase within a federal or state exchange. An exchange is a government-run marketplace of health insurance plans. Both off and on-exchange health plans in the individual and small group markets must satisfy Essential Health Benefits coverage requirements and utilize one of the metal plan designs for medical out-of-pocket costs.
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- Is There Still A Penalty If I Don't Buy Health Insurance in 2018?
- How does a health insurance company know how much you've paid toward your deductible?
- Does Health Insurance Include Dental & Vision Coverage?
- Can I Buy Health Insurance Across State Lines?
- Does my plan cover infertility treatments?
- Am I covered by my health insurance when traveling in Canada?
- Tips on finding a Primary Care Physician
- Do I need a referral from my PCP to get infertility treatment ?
- I took a job out of state and will be eligible for insurance through my employer soon. Can I place my daughter on my plan? She is under 26 years old, but going to school in another state.
- Is the $695 fee for health insurance annual or monthly?