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Obamacare 2018 Rates

Obamacare 2018 Rates and Health Insurance Providers for Hardin County,Iowa Falls,IA


The health insurance rates listed below are for calendar year 2018.

2018 Rates and Providers

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This page gives you an overview of the rates for individual and family health insurance plans available from HealthCare.gov, the marketplace for Hardin County, Iowa.

Obamacare Providers, Plans and 2018 Rates for Hardin County

Hardin County is in “Rating Area 7” of Iowa.

Currently, there are 6 plans offered in Rating Area 7.

Below, you’ll find a summary of plans and rates for each of these providers. This chart is designed to give you a preview of your health insurance options. For detailed information on available subsidies to make your coverage affordable, you must either

  • contact a licensed health insurance agent (by contacting one of the advertisers you see on this website)
  • complete an application at HealthCare.gov, or
  • contact the provider directly.

The table below shows premiums for the following scenarios for:

  • Individual
  • Couple
  • Couple with 1 2 or 3 children
  • Individual with 1 2 or 3 children
  • A child alone

Each scenario is covered for age

  • Age 21, 30, 40, 50
  • Age 60 (Individual and Couple only)

For each plan, there are links that go to the insurance provider's website in a new window. You can find links to:

  • a summary of plan benefits and costs,
  • a plan brochure, and
  • a "Provider Directory" -- where you can find out which doctors and hospitals in the Iowa Falls, IA area accept this insurance coverage as within the plan's "network".

2018 Obamacare Rates Providers, Plans for Hardin County

Medica Insurance Company

Local: 1-800-918-6165 | Toll Free: 1-800-918-6165

TTY: 1-888-516-4692

Silver

Plan: (PPO) Medica Insure Silver Copay

Summary of Benefits and Coverage - Plan Brochure
Provider Directory for This Plan: (Medica Insurance Company)
Customer Service Phone: 1-800-918-6165

Deductible: Individual: $3,500 : Family: $10,500
Out of Pocket Maximum per year: Individual: $7,000 : Family: $14,000

Monthly Premiums:

Metal level Age Individual
Couple
Couple
w 1 Kid
Couple
w 2 Kids
Couple
w3+Kids
Single
w 1 Kid
Single
w 2 Kids
Single
w3+Kids
Child
0-14
Silver 21
30
40
50
60
$585.24
$664.23
$747.92
$1,045.22
$1,588.31
$1,170.48
$1,328.46
$1,495.84
$2,090.44
$3,176.62
$1,618.18
$1,776.16
$1,943.54
$2,538.14
$2,065.88
$2,223.86
$2,391.24
$2,985.84
$2,513.58
$2,671.56
$2,838.94
$3,433.54
$1,032.94
$1,111.93
$1,195.62
$1,492.92
$1,480.64
$1,559.63
$1,643.32
$1,940.62
$1,928.34
$2,007.33
$2,091.02
$2,388.32
$447.70

Bronze

Plan: (PPO) Medica Insure Bronze Copay

Summary of Benefits and Coverage - Plan Brochure
Provider Directory for This Plan: (Medica Insurance Company)
Customer Service Phone: 1-800-918-6165

Deductible: Individual: $6,850 : Family: $13,700
Out of Pocket Maximum per year: Individual: $7,350 : Family: $14,700

Monthly Premiums:

Metal level Age Individual
Couple
Couple
w 1 Kid
Couple
w 2 Kids
Couple
w3+Kids
Single
w 1 Kid
Single
w 2 Kids
Single
w3+Kids
Child
0-14
Bronze 21
30
40
50
60
$495.27
$562.13
$632.95
$884.54
$1,344.15
$990.54
$1,124.26
$1,265.90
$1,769.08
$2,688.30
$1,369.42
$1,503.14
$1,644.78
$2,147.96
$1,748.30
$1,882.02
$2,023.66
$2,526.84
$2,127.18
$2,260.90
$2,402.54
$2,905.72
$874.15
$941.01
$1,011.83
$1,263.42
$1,253.03
$1,319.89
$1,390.71
$1,642.30
$1,631.91
$1,698.77
$1,769.59
$2,021.18
$378.88

Bronze

Plan: (PPO) Medica Insure Bronze HSA

Summary of Benefits and Coverage - Plan Brochure
Provider Directory for This Plan: (Medica Insurance Company)
Customer Service Phone: 1-800-918-6165

Deductible: Individual: $6,000 : Family: $12,000
Out of Pocket Maximum per year: Individual: $6,650 : Family: $13,300

Monthly Premiums:

Metal level Age Individual
Couple
Couple
w 1 Kid
Couple
w 2 Kids
Couple
w3+Kids
Single
w 1 Kid
Single
w 2 Kids
Single
w3+Kids
Child
0-14
Bronze 21
30
40
50
60
$474.78
$538.86
$606.75
$847.93
$1,288.52
$949.56
$1,077.72
$1,213.50
$1,695.86
$2,577.04
$1,312.76
$1,440.92
$1,576.70
$2,059.06
$1,675.96
$1,804.12
$1,939.90
$2,422.26
$2,039.16
$2,167.32
$2,303.10
$2,785.46
$837.98
$902.06
$969.95
$1,211.13
$1,201.18
$1,265.26
$1,333.15
$1,574.33
$1,564.38
$1,628.46
$1,696.35
$1,937.53
$363.20

Catastrophic

Plan: (PPO) Medica Insure Catastrophic

Summary of Benefits and Coverage - Plan Brochure
Provider Directory for This Plan: (Medica Insurance Company)
Customer Service Phone: 1-800-918-6165

Deductible: Individual: $7,350 : Family: $14,700
Out of Pocket Maximum per year: Individual: $7,350 : Family: $14,700

Monthly Premiums:

Metal level Age Individual
Couple
Couple
w 1 Kid
Couple
w 2 Kids
Couple
w3+Kids
Single
w 1 Kid
Single
w 2 Kids
Single
w3+Kids
Child
0-14
Catastrophic 21
30
40
50
60
$351.56
$399.01
$449.28
$627.86
$954.10
$703.12
$798.02
$898.56
$1,255.72
$1,908.20
$972.05
$1,066.95
$1,167.49
$1,524.65
$1,240.98
$1,335.88
$1,436.42
$1,793.58
$1,509.91
$1,604.81
$1,705.35
$2,062.51
$620.49
$667.94
$718.21
$896.79
$889.42
$936.87
$987.14
$1,165.72
$1,158.35
$1,205.80
$1,256.07
$1,434.65
$268.93

Gold

Plan: (PPO) Medica Insure Gold Copay Plus

Summary of Benefits and Coverage - Plan Brochure
Provider Directory for This Plan: (Medica Insurance Company)
Customer Service Phone: 1-800-918-6165

Deductible: Individual: $1,000 : Family: $3,000
Out of Pocket Maximum per year: Individual: $5,000 : Family: $10,000

Monthly Premiums:

Metal level Age Individual
Couple
Couple
w 1 Kid
Couple
w 2 Kids
Couple
w3+Kids
Single
w 1 Kid
Single
w 2 Kids
Single
w3+Kids
Child
0-14
Gold 21
30
40
50
60
$650.81
$738.66
$831.73
$1,162.33
$1,766.28
$1,301.62
$1,477.32
$1,663.46
$2,324.66
$3,532.56
$1,799.48
$1,975.18
$2,161.32
$2,822.52
$2,297.34
$2,473.04
$2,659.18
$3,320.38
$2,795.20
$2,970.90
$3,157.04
$3,818.24
$1,148.67
$1,236.52
$1,329.59
$1,660.19
$1,646.53
$1,734.38
$1,827.45
$2,158.05
$2,144.39
$2,232.24
$2,325.31
$2,655.91
$497.86

Expanded Bronze

Plan: (PPO) Medica Insure Bronze HSA Plus

Summary of Benefits and Coverage - Plan Brochure
Provider Directory for This Plan: (Medica Insurance Company)
Customer Service Phone: 1-800-918-6165

Deductible: Individual: $2,600 : Family: $5,200
Out of Pocket Maximum per year: Individual: $6,650 : Family: $13,300

Monthly Premiums:

Metal level Age Individual
Couple
Couple
w 1 Kid
Couple
w 2 Kids
Couple
w3+Kids
Single
w 1 Kid
Single
w 2 Kids
Single
w3+Kids
Child
0-14
Expanded Bronze 21
30
40
50
60
$502.55
$570.39
$642.25
$897.54
$1,363.90
$1,005.10
$1,140.78
$1,284.50
$1,795.08
$2,727.80
$1,389.55
$1,525.23
$1,668.95
$2,179.53
$1,774.00
$1,909.68
$2,053.40
$2,563.98
$2,158.45
$2,294.13
$2,437.85
$2,948.43
$887.00
$954.84
$1,026.70
$1,281.99
$1,271.45
$1,339.29
$1,411.15
$1,666.44
$1,655.90
$1,723.74
$1,795.60
$2,050.89
$384.45

‡Source: HealthCare.gov has released sample rates for all counties in the 36 states served by HealthCare.gov. We have integrated that data into our tables and provide you that information for Hardin County here.

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