Thursday, November 10, 2016

2 in 3 Plans on the Marketplace are Silver Plans

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation recently released a study on the differences between health plans on and off the exchanges. Here are some key findings from the report:


On the marketplace, silver plans comprise about two-thirds of all plans.
Off the marketplace, only about a third of plans available are silver.
The average off-exchange silver premium was $314, vs. $279 for exchange plans.
Off-exchange silver plan deductibles were $1,200 higher on average.
One third of off-exchange plans are bronze and 25% are gold or platinum plans.
Bronze make up 16% and gold or platinum plans 12% of marketplace offerings.



Source: Kaiser Health News, October 28, 2016

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