Using government data, U.S. News has rated 35 health insurance plans marketed to individuals living in Washington. Of these, 15 earned four out of five stars in the U.S. News analysis. No five-star plans were found.
A plan's star rating reflects how much coverage it provides for an array of healthcare services. (For an explanation of our star ratings, see How We Rate Health Plans.) A plan's star rating does not take into account its monthly premium. Average monthly premiums for all rated individual plans in Washington range from $266 for healthy 30-year-old nonsmokers to $636 for healthy 60-year-old nonsmokers. To find ratings and premiums for plans available to you specifically, please fill out the blue form below.
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