Not sure why Georgia is less costly than Florida
either but it was as of two days ago. The freaking gummit a**holes have completely changed healthcare.gov getting ready for open enrollent. I spent 10 minutes looking for a "view plans" link that was there two days ago and has been for a year and now its gone. Ya gotta wait till open enrollment to see the bad news.
The plan I was looking at was the Humana Open Access 4250/6250 PPO plan. Its not available in Florida
on the exchange but it is directly from Humana. That plan is close to what my wife has now from Humana that costs $278. When she gets kicked off her current
grandfathered plan the new 4250/6250 plan will be $557 from Humana.
That same exact plan on the exchange for Chatham county, Georgia, as of two days ago when you could view plans and prices, was less than the $557 we will have to pay and the subsidy was more than the premium so $0 cost to us.
We can get an HMO policy on the exchange for Florida residents but its useless out of Florida and barely useful in Florida unless you are in your residence county.
I've had official Florida residence for many years, born in St. Augustine, even though a lot of that time was spent out of Florida. St. Brendans in Green Cove Springs is now my official address since we left the dock
4 years ago. Zip code 32043 in Green Cove Springs straddles two counties, Clay and Putnam. Putnam county residents can choose a Blue Cross/Blue Shield HMO Policy. Residents across the street in Clay county can choose an HMO policy from Aetna or BCBS.
Ahhh, I found finder.healthcare.gov. For 2015 the 4250/7250 plan in Chatham county Georgia is now $741.77.
I guess Humana had a price
increase. I'm in luck. The 4250/6250 is now available for zip 32043 in 2015 for $612.93.
Wonderful, really expensive, gummit website.
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