This varies for each individual, but might include:

  • What is my monthly cost (my premium)?
  • Do I qualify for financial help to lower my costs?
  • What are my other costs – deductible, copayments, coinsurance?
  • Are my doctors in the plan’s network? Find out if your doctor is in the plan's network by clicking the link at the bottom of this page.
  • Can I see doctors outside the plan’s network?
  • Does the plan cover my prescription drugs? Find your prescriptions by plan, by clicking the link at the bottom of this page.
  • Does the plan include dental and vision benefits?

If you are under 65 and need individual or family coverage, ConnectiCare offers a range of plans to choose from. We have ConnectiCare plans through Access Health CT, Connecticut’s official health insurance marketplace and ConnectiCare® SOLO plans.

ConnectiCare's networks include thousands of doctors, pharmacies and many hospitals in Connecticut. Remember, using doctors in our networks can save you money. If you have a plan that lets you get care from an out-of-network doctor, you can do so but you will generally pay more.

To see if your doctor is in our network, click on the “Find a Doctor” link at the bottom of this page.

All ConnectiCare plans through Access Health CT and ConnectiCare SOLO plans include prescription drug benefits. Covered prescription drugs are grouped into sections or tiers. A drug "tier" is a group of medicines within a similar price range. "Preferred" drugs are clinically proven medicines that will generally cost you less than "non-preferred" medicines.

To see if your drugs are covered, look at the formulary under the plan you are considering. If you are looking at a ConnectiCare SOLO plan, click on "SOLO Plan formulary." If you are interested in a ConnectiCare plan through Access Health CT, click on "Access Health CT Plan formulary."

If you'd like to learn more about our Medicare Advantage plans, click here