Determining Your Premium Costs

Under the federal Affordable Care Act, sweeping reforms were made to our nation’s healthcare system. However, every state maintains much of the control over its insurance industry and is responsible for implementing the reforms. This means markets in each state will have varying premium costs. To learn more about costs in your state, click on your state below. This will take you to your state’s health insurance exchange, and will enable you to compare plans and prices in your area.

Partnerships

Arkansas http://hbe.arkansas.gov/
Delaware http://dhss.delaware.gov/dhcc/
Illinois http://insurance.illinois.gov/hiric/hie.asp
Iowa http://www.insuranceinfoexchange.iowa.gov/
Michigan No website yet
North Carolina No website yet
West Virginia http://bewv.wvinsurance.gov/

State-based Exchanges

California http://www.coveredca.com/
Colorado http://www.connectforhealthco.com/
Connecticut http://www.ct.gov/hix/site/default.asp
D.C. http://hbx.dc.gov/
Hawaii http://www.hawaiihealthconnector.com/
Idaho No website yet
Kentucky http://healthbenefitexchange.ky.gov/Pages/home.aspx
Maryland http://marylandhbe.com/
Massachusetts https://www.mahealthconnector.org
Minnesota http://www.mn.gov/hix/
Nevada http://exchange.nv.gov/
New Mexico http://www.nmhia.com/
New York http://www.healthbenefitexchange.ny.gov/
Oregon http://coveroregon.com/

Rhode Island No website yet
Utah http://www.avenueh.com/
Vermont http://healthconnect.vermont.gov/
Washington http://wahbexchange.org/

Federally-Facilitated Exchanges (FFEs)

http://www.hhs.gov/
Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Missouri, Mississippi, Montana, North Dakota, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming