Cascade Health Plans
What are Cascade Care plans?
Cascade Care plans consist of Cascade and Cascade Select (public option) plans. These plans use standard cost-sharing designs, making shopping and comparing plans easier.
Cascade Care plans offer deductibles that are on average $1,000 less than other plans. These plans cover more services before meeting a deductible, including primary care visits, mental health services, and generic drugs.
Cascade Care Plans offer Washingtonians more choices and access to high-value plans that cover services before the deductible. Get started! Check out available plans.
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What are Cascade plans?
Cascade plans are a type of Qualified Health Plan offered by insurance carriers on the Exchange. These plans have a standard cost-sharing design at each metal level, meaning they have the same deductible, copays, and co-insurance for medical services. The plans offer the same services before the deductible, no matter which carrier is offering it.
As a result, customers can easily and accurately compare plans based on premium price, provider networks, customer service, and quality.
What are Cascade Select plans?
Cascade plans and Cascade Select plans have the same standard cost-sharing benefit design across insurance carriers. Cascade Select plans must also meet additional quality, value, and provider reimbursement standards established by the state.
Health Plans Offered on Washington Healthplanfinder
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