Individual Health Plans In Ga

Frequently Asked Questions

Is a new Georgia private health insurance plan right for You?

A new Georgia private health insurance plan may be right for you if: You are self employed. Your employer does not offer a group plan. You are enrolled in a group plan, but it does not cover spouses or dependents.

What are the different types of health insurance plans in Georgia?

The Georgia health insurance plans have different monthly premium options and benefit levels as follows: Platinum PPO plans include the emergency room, urgent care, and cheap co-pays on doctor visits. Gold PPO plans have affordable copayments and deductibles. Silver PPO plans have affordable premiums but higher copayments and deductibles.

How much does health insurance cost in my county in Georgia?

The county you live in will determine which insurers and health plans are available to you on the Georgia marketplace, as well as your cost of coverage. For instance, the Ambetter Balanced Care 11 plan costs $373 in Lincoln County and is the most affordable Silver plan in that region.

How do I sign up for health insurance in Georgia?

Georgia uses the federally run health insurance exchange/marketplace, so enrollments are completed via HealthCare.gov.

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