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Compare your plan options using the at-a-glance chart below.

For a more detailed look at coverage and cost information, see the plan's Summary of Benefits and Coverage.

Friendly reminder: coinsurance is your share of the costs of a covered health care service, calculated as a percentage. Coinsurance applies after you've met your deductible.
Network Benefits
Overall deductible
Out-of-pocket limit
If you visit a health care provider's office or clinic
Primary care visit
Chiropractic visit
Convenience care visit
Specialist visit
Preventive care/screening/immunization
If you have a test
Diagnostic test - lab
Diagnostic test - x-ray
Imaging (CT/PET scans, MRI)
If you need drugs to treat your illness or condition
Generic drugs
Preferred brand drugs
Non-preferred brand drugs
Specialty drugs
If you have outpatient surgery
Facility fee (e.g., ambulatory surgery center)
Physician/surgeon fees
If you need immediate medical attention
Emergency room care
Emergency medical transportation
Urgent care
If you have a hospital stay
Facility fee (e.g., hospital room)
Physician/surgeon fees
Network information
Network type
Network area
Special features
Referrals needed
Plan Details

Network definitions:

accountable care organization (ACO) network – a network where groups of doctors, nurses and other health care providers work together with your health plan to provide coordinated care. ACO networks are usually smaller than other types of networks, but offer special features such as a dedicated Customer Service team.

care system network – a network made up of several care systems, which are groups of primary care clinics, specialists and hospitals that work together to deliver the care you need. With a care system network, you enroll in a primary care clinic, which is affiliated with a care system. Your primary care clinic coordinates your overall care.

national network – a network with providers throughout the United States.