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This calculator will provide you with an estimate of the:

  • monthly premiums for health coverage or potential eligibility for Medicaid;
  • premium tax credit for which you may be eligible (if any); and
  • annual total out-of-pocket spending (which includes premiums, co-insurance and co-payments) for average use of health services.

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It looks like you and your family members may be eligible for Medicaid.
Medicaid covers comprehensive health care services at no cost to you.
The children you listed may be eligible for Medicaid.
Medicaid covers comprehensive health care services at no cost to you.
The adults you listed may be eligible for assistance paying for a private health insurance plan.
This assistance is called premium tax credits. You can use your premium tax credit to help pay for plans offered by different health insurance companies and plans with different metal levels. In general, plans with lower metal levels (bronze and silver) have lower monthly premiums but require you to pay more out-of-pocket when you get health care services. Plans with higher metal levels (gold and platinum) have higher monthly premiums but require you to pay less out-of-pocket.
Some of the adults you listed may be eligible for assistance paying for a private health insurance plan.
This assistance is called premium tax credits. You can use your premium tax credit to help pay for plans offered by different health insurance companies and plans with different metal levels. In general, plans with lower metal levels (bronze and silver) have lower monthly premiums but require you to pay more out-of-pocket when you get health care services. Plans with higher metal levels (gold and platinum) have higher monthly premiums but require you to pay less out-of-pocket.
It looks like you and your family members may be eligible for assistance paying for a private health insurance plan.
This assistance is called premium tax credits. You can use your premium tax credit to help pay for plans offered by different health insurance companies and plans with different metal levels. In general, plans with lower metal levels (bronze and silver) have lower monthly premiums but require you to pay more out-of-pocket when you get health care services. Plans with higher metal levels (gold and platinum) have higher monthly premiums but require you to pay less out-of-pocket.
Some of those you listed may be eligible for assistance paying for a private health insurance plan.
This assistance is called premium tax credits. You can use your premium tax credit to help pay for plans offered by different health insurance companies and plans with different metal levels. In general, plans with lower metal levels (bronze and silver) have lower monthly premiums but require you to pay more out-of-pocket when you get health care services. Plans with higher metal levels (gold and platinum) have higher monthly premiums but require you to pay less out-of-pocket.
It looks like you and your family members may be eligible for assistance paying for a private health insurance plan.
This assistance is called premium tax credits. You can use your premium tax credit to help pay for plans offered by different health insurance companies and plans with different metal levels. In general, plans with lower metal levels (bronze and silver) have lower monthly premiums but require you to pay more out-of-pocket when you get health care services. Plans with higher metal levels (gold and platinum) have higher monthly premiums but require you to pay less out-of-pocket.
Some of the adults you listed may be eligible for assistance paying for a private health insurance plan.
This assistance is called premium tax credits. You can use your premium tax credit to help pay for plans offered by different health insurance companies and plans with different metal levels. In general, plans with lower metal levels (bronze and silver) have lower monthly premiums but require you to pay more out-of-pocket when you get health care services. Plans with higher metal levels (gold and platinum) have higher monthly premiums but require you to pay less out-of-pocket.
You indicated that some of the adults you listed have other coverage already.
Those persons may not be eligible for assistance; known as premium tax credits. However, they may still be eligible to buy a private insurance plan on DC Health Link. You can choose among plans offered by different health insurance companies and plans at different metal levels. In general, plans with lower metal levels (bronze and silver) have lower monthly premiums but require you to pay more out of pocket when you get health care services. Plans with higher metal levels (gold and platinum) have higher monthly premiums but require you to pay less out of pocket when you receive medical care.
You indicated that those you listed have other coverage already.
Those persons may not be eligible for assistance called premium tax credits. However, they may still be eligible to buy a private insurance plan on DC Health Link. You can choose among plans offered by different health insurance companies and plans at different metal levels. In general, plans with lower metal levels (bronze and silver) have lower monthly premiums but require you to pay more out of pocket when you get health care services. Plans with higher metal levels (gold and platinum) have higher monthly premiums but require you to pay less out of pocket when you receive medical care.
You indicated that some of the adults you listed have other coverage already.
Those persons may not be eligible for assistance; known as premium tax credits. However, they may still be eligible to buy a private insurance plan on DC Health Link. You can choose among plans offered by different health insurance companies and plans at different metal levels. In general, plans with lower metal levels (bronze and silver) have lower monthly premiums but require you to pay more out of pocket when you get health care services. Plans with higher metal levels (gold and platinum) have higher monthly premiums but require you to pay less out of pocket when you receive medical care.
You indicated that some of those you listed have other coverage already.
Those persons may not be eligible for assistance called premium tax credits. However, they may still be eligible to buy a private insurance plan on DC Health Link. You can choose among plans offered by different health insurance companies and plans at different metal levels. In general, plans with lower metal levels (bronze and silver) have lower monthly premiums but require you to pay more out of pocket when you get health care services. Plans with higher metal levels (gold and platinum) have higher monthly premiums but require you to pay less out of pocket when you receive medical care.
You indicated that the adults you listed have other coverage already.
Those persons may not be eligible for assistance called premium tax credits. However, they may still be eligible to buy a private insurance plan on DC Health Link. You can choose among plans offered by different health insurance companies and plans at different metal levels. In general, plans with lower metal levels (bronze and silver) have lower monthly premiums but require you to pay more out of pocket when you get health care services. Plans with higher metal levels (gold and platinum) have higher monthly premiums but require you to pay less out of pocket when you receive medical care.
You indicated that those you listed have other coverage already.
Those persons may not be eligible for assistance called premium tax credits. However, they may still be eligible to buy a private insurance plan on DC Health Link. You can choose among plans offered by different health insurance companies and plans at different metal levels. In general, plans with lower metal levels (bronze and silver) have lower monthly premiums but require you to pay more out of pocket when you get health care services. Plans with higher metal levels (gold and platinum) have higher monthly premiums but require you to pay less out of pocket when you receive medical care.
It looks like the people you listed may be eligible to buy private insurance plan on DC Health Link.
You can choose among plans offered by different health insurance companies and plans with different values. In general, plans with lower metal levels (bronze and silver) have lower monthly premiums but require you to pay more out-of-pocket when you get health care services. Plans with higher metal levels (gold and platinum) have higher monthly premiums but require you to pay less out-of-pocket. This calculator does not capture all the factors that affect eligibility for assistance, so you may still be eligible for that assistance.
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To confirm your eligibility and enroll, you can APPLY NOW for assistance.
Below are sample plan costs for everyone in your household who is not likely eligible for Medicaid and does not already have coverage. Those who already have coverage can also buy plans on DC Health Link, but would not be eligible for a monthly tax credit. Click the Browse Plans button to view actual available health care plans. Actual plan costs will vary.
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Health care cost estimates for your household
Bronze
Total Monthly Premium
350
Total Monthly Tax Credit
100
$
/mo
250
Total Annual Cost
12,000
Silver
Total Monthly Premium
350
Total Monthly Tax Credit
100
$
/mo
250
Total Annual Cost
12,000
Gold
Total Monthly Premium
350
Total Monthly Tax Credit
100
$
/mo
250
Total Annual Cost
12,000

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