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What is actuarial value?

The metal tiers health insurance plans are defined by—Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum—are defined their actuarial value (AV). Get what you need to know.

Healthcare Reform  |  Gabrielle Smith

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QSEHRA

Employers with 1-49 employees

A simple, controlled-cost alternative to group health insurance.

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ICHRA

For employers of all sizes

A flexible health benefit solution that can be used alone or alongside group health insurance.

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GCHRA

For employers offering group coverage

A group health supplement to help employees with out-of-pocket expenses.

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