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Illinois health plans
Looking for low-cost or no-cost health insurance? We offer dual health plans for people with Medicaid and Medicare.
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Individual & Family ACA Marketplace Plans
To be eligible you must live in the US, be a US citizen or national and cannot be incarcerated. However, if you qualify for Medicare or Medicaid - those options may be a better fit for you. And if you have insurance options through your employer, it's really up to you to decide between that coverage or the plans offered on the Exchange.Close
UnitedHealthcare offers Individual & Family ACA Marketplace plans in Illinois. They’re designed to give you the coverage you need without breaking the bank.
Choose from plans in the Bronze, Silver and Gold metal levels. They each come with a variety of benefits, including reliable support from our customer service experts.
Cook, DuPage, Kane, Kankakee, Kendall, Lake, Macon, Madison, Monroe, Sangamon, Shelby, St. Clair, and Will.
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Low cost primary care
Get unlimited low-cost primary care visits with your primary care provider (PCP) for things like checkups and managing certain chronic conditions.
$0 virtual urgent care available 24/7
Get the care you need with $0 virtual urgent care visits from Optum Virtual Care.1
$5 or lower Tier 2 generic medications
You can visit any network pharmacy for Tier 2 prescriptions and pay $5 or less. Plus, get 20% off Walgreens brand health and wellness products. And enjoy getting your maintenance prescriptions delivered right to your door with home delivery at no additional cost for a 3 month supply.2
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To be eligible you must live in the US, be a US citizen or national and cannot be incarcerated. However, if you qualify for Medicare or Medicaid - those options may be a better fit for you. And if you have insurance options through your employer, it's really up to you to decide between that coverage or the plans offered on the Exchange.