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Buying CoventryOne Health Insurance Exchange Plans

Understand your options and what they mean to you and your loved ones.

What is the Health Insurance Exchange?

Individuals and small businesses with up to 50 employees can purchase insurance through online exchanges, also called "Health Insurance Marketplaces." In 2016, states have the option to classify businesses with 51-100 employees as small employers and allow them to purchase health coverage through the exchanges.

Together with our parent company, Aetna, we created this video to tell you more about exchanges. Hit the play button to check it out:

All health insurance plans available for purchase are based on category. There are four categories available: Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum. These categories help you choose a plan that’s right for you and your budget. These categories also help you understand what portion of the costs you will pay. All plans in all categories have the same “essential health benefits.” The categories do not reflect the quality or amount of care the plans provide.

CoventryOne Health Insurance Exchange Plans

Learn about the categories of plans available

Platinum Plans: CoventryOne does not have any available Platinum plans. These plans have the highest premiums, but very low out-of-pocket costs.

Catastrophic Plans: These plans are not available in all areas.  They are only available to people under age 30 and some people with very low incomes. These plans also have lower premiums than a comprehensive Bronze, Silver, or Gold plan. Catastrophic plans are designed to protect you from very high medical costs in the event of a “worst-case scenario.” Please note: Catastrophic plans require you to pay all of your medical costs up to a certain amount, often several thousand dollars.

Marketplace Insurance and Your Federal Income Taxes

If anyone in your household enrolled in a health plan through the Health Insurance Marketplace in 2015, you’ll get a new Form 1095-A — Health Insurance Marketplace Statement. You'll get it in the mail by early February. It will come from the Marketplace, not the IRS. Use it to file your 2015 federal income tax return. You can also download copies through your Marketplace account, where they may be available before you get their copy in the mail.


If you enrolled in 2015 coverage through a state Marketplace instead of, contact your state Marketplace for information on your coverage, including your 1095-A.


For information regarding health coverage and your federal income taxes:

  • Refer to to learn more about how health coverage affects your 2015 federal income tax return.
  • Contact the Marketplace Call Center at 1-800-318-2596 (TTY: 1-855-889-4325). Service representatives are available 24/7.


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Health Care Reform Resources

More changes are coming under the health care reform law. Many of the rules are part of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) which was created to help Americans who do not have health insurance today.

Learn more about the basics, important dates, and other resources to help you make smart health care decisions for you and your family.