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Cut Your Health Insurance Costs – Compare 2020 ACA Oregon Plans

Find the Best Plan to Fit Your Needs

Teaming Up to Give You the Best Choices.
John & Ann Gridley

Choosing the best health insurance plan for you, your children, or family has never been easier. Our First Choice Health Insurance team wanted our clients to see firsthand that they were getting the best medical plan to fit their needs, and budget. So in 2002 John set out to design a website that would provide a convenient timesaving benefit comparison of available plans whether you live in Portland, or in a small rural area in Oregon.

One of the largest selections of individual Oregon health insurance plans on a single website. Choose from companies such as Providence, PacificSource, Moda, Regence, and Kaiser Permamente. Call one of our knowledgeable agents for assistance in choosing a health plan, or explore these plans now, get quotes, and apply online.

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Check Out Our Convenient Timesaving Benefit Comparison by Answering a Few Questions Below!

Age of Primary Applicant Smoke?
Spouse Age ("0" if no spouse) Smoke?

Enter 65 for Spouse Age for someone who already has valid coverage including Medicare, VA coverage, Employee Only group coverage or other Valid Waiver.

Number of Dependents
Age 21-25
Age 19-20 Age 0-18

Enter Dependents Age 21-25
on This Side
Age of 1st Smoke?
Age of 2nd Smoke?
Age of 3rd Smoke?

Enter First 3 Dependents Age 1-20
on This Side - Oldest to Youngest
Child 1
Child 2
Child 3

Select your County
Choose % of Medical Bills Covered
Choose Exchange Preference

Enter as numbers only. Do not include dollar signs or commas.

Enter Annual Income if You Want to

See if you are eligible for a Subsidy. If you are eligible for a subsidy, you may purchase insurance from one of our agent partners:

Caution: If you underestimate your income, you may incur additional taxes to recover excess subsidy paid the next time you file your income tax return.


Your income and number of family members is used to determine if you qualify for a subsidy or tax credit. Please refer to this chart to determine your Federal Poverty Level (FPL). *Note: In case of triplets please call for quote.

If you are below 138% FPL, the word MEDICAID will appear in the Subsidy column. Individuals or families with income at or below 138% of the federal poverty line should apply directly with your State Exchange as you may be eligible for Medicaid or other state assistance programs.

If you are between 138% FPL and 300% FPL, the maximum premium you will pay for health insurance is calculated for the whole family first.
 Any of your children 18 and under will then be enrolled in the CHIP program on a mandatory basis at no cost and are not included in calculating the premium for the family.
 The full premium will be calculated for the parent or parents and all children 18 and older. In no case will you be charged for more than three children in the 0 to 20 age range, but will be charged for all children 21 and older. If the full premium is greater than the maximum premium, your subsidy will equal the difference. If not, there will be no subsidy shown.
  Your subsidy is the difference between the maximum premium for your income and family size and the second lowest cost Silver plan in your area.
This amount will be shown in the Subsidy column and is subtracted from the full premium to determine the Exchange premium.

If you are between 300% FPL and 400% FPL, the full family is used in all calculations and children will be included on your policy. The subsidy amount will be shown in the subsidy column and the amount remaining for you to pay is shown in the Exchange Premium column.

If you are at or above 400% FPL, the Subsidy column will be blank or show a zero indicating you do not qualify for a subsidy and can purchase directly from your agent.
Catastrophic plans are only for those under age 30 or certified as exempt from the mandate by an exchange. They are shown as Agent Only since there are no subsidies or other advantages in using the exchange.

Can't Afford it?

When you want some protection but simply can’t afford the ever rising cost of health insurance premiums, we offer some limited benefit options. This lower cost option is an individual Fixed Indemnity Health Insurance plan. These UnitedHealthcare policies won’t help you avoid the penalty, but may give you some peace of mind.

Additional Information

Health Savings Accounts - HSA Plans

What is Individual Health Insurance Coverage in Oregon?

We offer individual health insurance in Portland, Ashland, Medford, Grants Pass, Roseburg, Eugene, Albany, Corvallis, Salem, Bend, Klamath Falls, Newport, Lincoln City, Coos Bay, North Bend, Pendleton, John Day, The Dalles, Tillamook, Seaside, Ontario and just about any other place you live in Oregon.

Individual health insurance Oregon is also referred to as individual health care, personal health insurance, personal medical insurance, private health insurance, comprehensive health coverage, major medical insurance, and family insurance. Family insurance is simply an individual policy with more than one insured member of the family included in the application and coverage.

Individual policies can also be used for small business purposes in cases where the business is a sole proprietor or the company does not otherwise meet Oregon's legal definition of a small business with two or more qualified employees. Individuals are still considered as covered for business expense purposes in their business.

Individual plans are available in several designs and deductibles allowing you to choose options to keep your plan affordable. While not low-cost, the number of choices allows you to select plans to keep your cost low as a trade-off for other benefits. Remember that premiums are driven by the cost of medical care in the geographic area in which you live. Generally if you purchase a policy that costs less in monthly premium, you will usually end up paying a greater share of the medical expenses when you are sick or hurt.