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Metal Level

There are several categories of insurance plans: metal levels called Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum, as well as Catastrophic plans. Plans in these categories differ based on how you and the plan share the costs of your care.

If you qualify for cost-sharing reductions (reduced out-of-pocket costs like deductibles and copays), you can access these savings only by choosing a Silver plan.

People under 30 and some people with limited incomes may buy an alternative kind of coverage called a “Catastrophic” health plan.

Plan Level Insurance Company Pays
(on average)
You Pay
(on average)
Bronze Metal Level Image

Bronze

60% of health care costs 40% of health care costs
Silver Metal Level Image

Silver

70% of health care costs 30% of health care costs
Gold Metal Level Image

Gold

80% of health care costs 20% of health care costs
Platinum Metal Level Image

Platinum

90% of health care costs 10% of health care costs