Boise, Idaho-based St. Luke's Health System will begin offering its first health plans in 2023 in 20 counties across the state, BoiseDev reported Aug. 2.
The nonprofit St. Luke's Health Plan subsidiary will provide patients with access to the system's six hospitals and more than 200 clinics, along with out-of-state physician partners.
An individual plan will be offered both on and off the exchange, and employer plans for large and small groups will also be available. Eventually, a Medicare Advantage offering will be considered. Plans will feature no cost sharing for in-network primary care after meeting the deductible, in-network preventive care, in-network maternity care, and $0 preventive and generic prescription drugs.
Once the plan is approved by the state's ACA exchange, enrollment will begin in October and coverage will start in January.