As one of the top health care companies in the nation, Kaiser Permanente offers an exceptional provider network with plan costs that will accommodate most budgets. The company insures millions of Americans and they have developed one of the best systems of medical care to date.
In Washington, DC, you can choose from three main plan types. View more details below or see our rates instantly by filling out your zip code above to discover how affordable our health insurance plans and health coverage plans can be. Which plan is right for you? We’ll help you figure it out. Call us now at 888 803 5917.
At Kaiser Permanente, everything we do centers around you. As a member, you can work with your primary care physician to develop a personalized plan focusing on wellness and prevention to help you achieve your health goals. You’ll also have access to member programs designed to help you be healthy, stay fit, and feel your best.
Kaiser Permanente is composed of Kaiser Foundation Health Plans (nonprofit, public-benefit corporations), Kaiser Foundation Hospitals (a nonprofit, public-benefit corporation), and the Permanente Medical Groups (for-profit professional organizations). The largest nonprofit health plan in the United States, Kaiser Permanente serves 8.7 million members in nine states and the District of Columbia.
What makes us unique is our integrated model of health care delivery. We are an integrated health delivery system, which means that we provide and coordinate the entire scope of care for our members, including:
As a nonprofit health plan, we are driven by the needs of our members rather than the needs of shareholders. We also believe that we have a responsibility to serve the communities in which we operate. Some of our community activities include:
These plans offer copayments for many covered services and predictable out-of-pocket costs.
- No deductible
- Set charges for doctor’s office visits
These plans offer lower monthly premiums in exchange for your sharing the costs in copayments, deductibles, and coinsurance.
- Annual deductibles
- Lower premiums
HSA-qualified deductible plans
- Annual deductibles
- Pay for health care with tax-deductible dollars