2017 Michigan Health Plans
Coverage for these individual and family plans begins on or after Jan. 1, 2017
Bronze plans are the best option if you don't use your health insurance often. They have the lowest monthly payments for people over 30, but you'll pay full cost for many services before you pay your deductible.
Silver plans can put good health care coverage within your budget. With much lower deductibles than bronze plans, you pay less up front for care. If you qualify for a subsidy, the value gets even better.
With this plan for residents in Kent, Muskegon and Oceana counties, you'll pay a little more each month, but we start helping you pay your health care bills sooner.
Do you live in Southeast Michigan? Do you want coverage for acupuncture and holistic health services? If so, this affordable plan may be a good fit for you.
Gold plans make your expenses more predictable. Your fixed monthly payments are higher than bronze or silver plans. But when you use your insurance, you'll pay less out of pocket.
These plans are for people 30 and under. You pay for all health care costs until you meet your deductible. Monthly payments are low, but you can't use a subsidy.