The state of Florida offers comprehensive health coverage to meet your and your family’s needs through a variety of health plans. Each plan is focused on helping you stay healthy through wellness programs and preventive care benefits, as well as providing access to health care services when you need them. Each option covers most of the same types of health services, but it provides those services and shares the costs with you in a different way.
Below are the highlights of the different types of plans. Click on the name of each plan to get more information. If you or your eligible dependent is eligible for Medicare, make sure you understand what you need to do. Also, see the different costs of prescription drugs in the standard and high-deductible plans. This can be a factor in choosing a health plan. Find out if you are eligible for these benefits.
Lower deductible (within the network: $ 250 per person, $ 500 per family).
Higher contributions (payroll deductions) for coverage.
Health care FSA.
Copayments and coinsurance.
High deductible PPO
Highest deductible (in the network: $ 1,350 per person, $ 2,700 per family).
You meet the deductible and then pay coinsurance for the services you receive.
Lower monthly contributions (payroll deductions) for coverage.
Health Savings Account (HSA) with state-plus FSA contributions of limited purpose for dental and vision services.
Health Insurance Plans
Each plan is focused on helping you stay healthy through welfare programs and preventive care benefits, as well as providing access to health care services