Best Anthem Ohio Health Insurance Rates For Individuals And Families




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Published on May 21, 2012

Find the lowest Ohio Anthem Blue Cross health insurance rates for individuals and families, compare plans and apply online for coverage. Instantly view Marketplace plans with or without a federal subsidy. Comprehensive, HSA, and high-deductible plans are offered.

Ohio BCBS plans include 10 "essential health benefits," including office visits, prescription drugs, maternity, mental illness, ER, hospitalization, and more. Our free online quotes are available 24/7. HMO and PPO options are offered, along with Group options for owners of small businesses.


We'll help you find the most affordable Anthem plans that provide the benefits you want at a cost you can afford. We're the leading trusted Oh healthcare website that helps consumers select the most cost-effective options. Both catastrophic and comprehensive options are offered.

Medigap coverage for Buckeye State Seniors is available. Advantage and Medicare Supplement plans help reduce potential out-of-pocket expenses. The Open Enrollment period for Seniors is different than the OE period for applicants that are under age 65. Part D prescription drug plans are also available.

NOTE: Anthem's pending merger with Cigna has no impact on Ohio plans at this time. Regardless if you live in Cincinnati, Columbus, Dayton, Akron, Cleveland, Canton, Toledo, or any other area of the Buckeye State, competitive pricing is available. The Pathway Network allows you to have access to thousands of physicians, specialists, hospitals, and other medical facilities.

Platinum, Gold, Silver, and Bronze tier plans are available as Marketplace options. You may also apply for off-Exchange plans including policies that are not eligible for subsidies. The federal instant tax-credit is based on your projected household income.

If you are a student, only need coverage for a few months, or are changing from a group policy, there are specialized plans that will easily cover your needs. Temporary contracts can be approved in less than 24 hours and can be terminated at any time. Short-term policies, however, are not eligible for federal subsidies since they do not contain all 10 required "essential health benefits."

You may also qualify for a generous federal tax subsidy for Exchange plans. We guide you through the Marketplace so you can easily enroll for the most appropriate plans. Remember...pre-existing conditions are covered without any waiting period or surcharge.

The network of doctors and hospitals encompasses most of the state, so finding a provider is relatively easy. Whether you need surgery, an MRI or simply a preventive visit, it will be covered and there will be treatment available in your area.

If you missed Open Enrollment, there are many affordable policies (SEP exception) that are eligible for federal financial aid. For example, if you lost qualified group coverage, moved to a different service area, or divorced, you may be eligible for the exemption.


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