Most health insurance newly sold to individuals and small businesses must be classified as one of four levels of coverage: Bronze, Silver, Gold or Platinum.
In addition to those four levels of coverage, a minimum coverage plan (also known as a catastrophic plan) is available to those who are younger than 30 or have an exemption due to lack of affordable coverage. If you have an exemption and want to buy a catastrophic plan, you can only buy it directly from a health insurance company.
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