Which plan should I choose?
On healthcare.gov, you will be able to compare between different levels of healthcare plans from a variety of insurance providers. Each will have different amounts of coverage and different monthly premiums. Only one simple application is required. In- person assistance is available to help you to compare plans and coverage options.
On our Insurance Plans page you can compare our various in-network plans.
How do I ensure my doctor and hospital are in-network?
Which plans have CHI Health hospital and doctors in-network? On healthcare.gov web site, you can compare between different healthcare plans from a variety of approved insurance providers. You can also check to see if your preferred healthcare provider is in-network. CHI Health hospitals and doctors are in network for the following plans:
- If you reside in Omaha, CHI Health is in-network with only CHI Health Omaha, HSA Eligible plans
- Aetna Leap - This is an individual & small group Aetna plan. Limited network Aetna Leap℠ plans will be identified in the network name on the member ID card.
- Aetna Leap℠ - CHI Health Omaha
- Aetna Leap℠ - Broad: Individual and small group plans available in all Nebraska Counties outside of Douglas and Sarpy are offered a full provider network.
- Aetna Leap℠ - MIPPA and Aetna Leap℠ - Nebraska Health Network are Not in Network
How much will health insurance actually cost?
The cost of health insurance depends on your age, gender, income and tobacco use. There are various tools available to help estimate the cost of your health insurance as well as the potential benefits
On healthcare.gov you can estimate how much having health insurance will actually cost you on an annual basis as you select different products depending on how often you expect to see a doctor, get lab tests done, refill prescriptions, etc. Even if you only go to the doctor a few times a year, health insurance can be very economical.
What does my health insurance plan include?
All marketplace plans must cover preventive services without charging you additional fees– without a copay or coinsurance. Screenings are also available based on certain criteria and conditions, and all these services will be available through a provider in your designated health care network. If you have a preferred provider, your choice of insurance plans will be important. Check to ensure your providers participate in your new plan.
Additionally, all insurance plans are required to cover doctor visits, hospitalizations, maternity care, emergency room care, preventative care and prescriptions, and for people with pre-existing conditions, insurance plans cannot deny coverage or charge more. There are no lifetime limits on coverage – an insurance company cannot stop paying for medical treatments because an identified dollar amount has been exceeded.
How do I enroll?
The many ways to enroll, including the following: