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1. Learn about our plans

Your clients can choose from a portfolio of individual health plans for 2023, including plans direct from Kaiser Permanente, as well as plans through Washington Healthplanfinder. Our plans offer great benefit coverage, great value for the money, and a choice of high-quality providers. View our plans

2. Review our provider network

Washington Permanente Medical Group offers more than 1,300 clinicians practicing at 35 medical facilities and at community hospitals in Washington state.1 We are one of the largest multispecialty groups in the state with more than 60 specialties, including 17 surgical specialties.

Our individual and family plans offer care through 2 networks:

  • The CoreSelect network is the provider network for all non-Kaiser Permanente Virtual Plus™ individual and family plans

    • In King, Kitsap, Pierce, Snohomish, Spokane, and Thurston counties, all primary care is provided by Kaiser Permanente doctors and health care professionals at Kaiser Permanente facilities

      • In some areas, additional contracted providers are available to ensure members have adequate access to care

    • The CoreSelect specialty network in King, Kitsap, Pierce, Snohomish, Spokane, and Thurston counties consist of:

      • Kaiser Permanente specialists who practice in more than 60 specialties

      • Providence Medical Group (including Spokane practices)

      • Western Washington Medical Group

      • Seattle Children’s Medical Group

      • A subset of the CHI Franciscan Medical Group

    • In counties where we do not have Kaiser Permanente facilities, we have a broad network of contracted primary care providers, specialists, and hospitals

  • The Connect network provides Virtual Plus plan members access to Kaiser Permanente primary care providers and specialists who practice in more than 60 specialties, in addition we have contracted with providers to ensure access to care

Our doctors and other health care professionals have been recognized for the quality of care we offer.

  • Washington Permanente Medical Group has been one of the top-ranked medical groups in Washington state for more than a decade.2
  • Local magazines named more than 90 Washington Permanente Medical Group clinicians "Top Docs" in 2022; more than 340 of our care providers have been named "Top Docs" since 2011.3

1 OIC Provider Network Form A
2 Washington Health Alliance 2008-2022 Community Checkup reports, www.wacommunitycheckup.org. The 2017-2022 year rankings apply to Kaiser Permanente Washington's medical group, Washington Permanente Medical Group, P.C. Rankings for years prior to 2017 apply to the then-named Group Health Cooperative's medical group, formerly named Group Health Permanente, P.C. and now named Washington Permanente Medical Group, P.C.
3 Top docs for 2022 were honored in Seattle Magazine, Seattle Met, and Spokane-Coeur d’Alene Living. Source: Washington Permanente Medical Group records.

3. Choose the right coverage level

About our plans
Our plans offer individual and family benefits delivered in an environment that puts preventive care and overall wellness first. That’s why our plans cover routine appointments, preventive care, wellness programs, and more to help prevent our members from getting sick in the first place.

Our plans also have virtual care options that include 24/7 online chat, 24/7 advice line, video and phone visits, e-visits, and email for nonurgent questions.1

Virtual Plus plans: A type of deductible plan. On Virtual Plus plans, members start most care with a virtual visit. Virtual visits are covered at no charge.

At the virtual visit, a Kaiser Permanente doctor or other clinician will provide the care and prescriptions members need or, if clinically needed, refer members to in-person care.

Virtual options include 24/7 online chat, 24/7 advice line, video and phone visits, e-visits, and email for nonurgent questions Learn more

Catastrophic plan (not a metal plan): Offers 3 primary care visits covered in full before the deductible, in addition to preventive care visits. All other services are subject to the annual deductible. This plan is only for applicants 29 and younger or applicants 30 and older who provide a certificate from Health and Human Services demonstrating hardship or lack of affordable coverage.

Deductible plans (Bronze, Flex Bronze, Flex Silver, Flex Silver HD, and Flex Gold): A member’s monthly premium is lower, but they will need to pay the full charges for most covered services until they reach a set amount, known as the deductible. Then they’ll start playing less — a copay or coinsurance. Depending on the plan, some services, such as office visits or prescriptions, may be available at a copay or coinsurance before they reach the deductible.

HSA-compatible plans: Members can open their own health savings account (HSA) to use for eligible medical expenses.

Cascade deductible plans: Cascade plans are offered by every carrier on the health benefit exchange and have the same standard cost-sharing and benefit design at each metal level, meaning they have the same deductible, copays, and coinsurance for medical services. More information can be found on WAHealthplanfinder.org.

Plan availability
Many of our individual and family plans are available in the following counties: Benton, Columbia, Franklin, Island, King, Kitsap, Lewis, Mason, Pierce, Skagit, Snohomish, Spokane, Thurston, Walla Walla, Whatcom, Whitman, and Yakima. Refer to the 2023 Individual and Family Service Area Map for details on where plans are offered.

Levels Bronze Silver Gold Platinum
Monthly premium $ $$ $$$ $$$$
Cost to members when they get care2 $$$$ $$$ $$ $

1 Virtual care is offered when appropriate and available. If you travel out of state, virtual care could be limited due to state laws that may prevent doctors from providing care across state lines. Laws differ by state.
2 Copays, deductible, coinsurance

Open enrollment deadlines for the 2023 plan year

November 1, 2022–January 15, 2023

For coverage beginning Off exchange with Kaiser Permanente Through Washington Healthplanfinder
Jan. 1, 2023 Dec. 15, 2022 Dec. 15, 2022
Feb. 1, 2023 Jan. 15, 2023 Jan. 15, 2023

Optional dental coverage

We work with Delta Dental of Washington to offer your clients dental coverage when paired with one of our 2023 off-exchange individual plans. Both of the following options fulfill the federal mandate to provide pediatric dental coverage to anyone under age 19.

Option 1: The Adult/Family Basic plan includes dental coverage for members over and under age 19. This plan is available for adults and families who purchase their medical plan off exchange, directly from Kaiser Permanente. These dental options cannot be purchased separately.

Clients who enroll through the Washington Healthplanfinder can purchase pediatric dental or adult/family dental along with their medical plan through Healthplanfinder.

Option 2: The Pediatric dental plan includes dental coverage for only those under age 19.

  • This plan is only available if your clients purchase their medical plan off exchange, directly from Kaiser Permanente.
  • If your clients purchase their medical plan through Washington Healthplanfinder and are under age 19 or have dependents under age 19, they must purchase pediatric dental coverage through Washington Healthplanfinder, too.

2023 Dental Plans Summary of Benefits (PDF)

Under the Affordable Care Act and Washington state law, pediatric dental coverage is required. If the application or account change form includes children 18 and younger and the applicant doesn’t enroll in either the Pediatric plan or Adult/Family Basic plan, we will reach out at the time of enrollment and yearly to policyholders. They will be asked to submit an Attestation of Pediatric Dental Coverage with proof of other pediatric dental coverage.

Clients won’t meet the minimum necessary health and dental coverage required by state and federal regulations if the signed attestation form and proof of dental coverage are not returned. Kaiser Permanente will send yearly notifications of the requirement.

For members enrolling directly with Kaiser Permanente
Dental coverage can be elected when initially enrolling in a medical plan. If your existing clients want to make a change in their dental coverage or cancel dental coverage during open enrollment, they need to complete, print, sign, and send the Account Change Form (PDF).

If your clients plan to enroll, or have already enrolled, in a dental plan through an employer or directly with another dental carrier, they need to complete, sign, and submit an Attestation of Pediatric Dental Coverage (PDF) within 60 days of their medical coverage effective date. They also need to submit proof of dental coverage showing the effective date of coverage. Proof of dental coverage can include notification from the employer or dental carrier showing each individual covered and the effective date of coverage. This is a requirement to attest and provide proof of coverage at the time of initial enrollment and then yearly thereafter.

Also see: Dental Coverage

2023 Account Change Form (PDF)
2023 Pediatric Dental Attestation (PDF)
2023 Application for Health Coverage (PDF)

1. Learn about our plans

Your clients can choose from a portfolio of individual health plans for 2022, including plans direct from Kaiser Permanente, as well as plans through Washington Healthplanfinder. Our plans offer great benefit coverage, value for the money, and a choice of high-quality providers. View our plans

2. Review our provider network

Washington Permanente Medical Group offers more than 1,600 care providers practicing at over 35 medical facilities and at community hospitals in Washington state.1 We are one of the largest multispecialty groups in the state with more than 60 specialties, including 17 surgical specialties. Our individual and family plans offer care through 2 networks. Virtual Plus plan members access care through our Connect network, and all other individual and family plan members access care through our CoreSelect network. These networks may also offer care from contracted specialty providers. See the doctors and clinicians in each network

Our doctors and other health care providers have been recognized for the quality of care we offer:

  • Washington Permanente Medical Group has been one of the top-ranked medical groups in Washington state for more than a decade.2
  • Local magazines named 37 Washington Permanente Medical Group clinicians "top docs" in 2021; more than 340 of our care providers have been named "top docs" since 2011.3
1 OIC Provider Network Form A
2 Washington Health Alliance 2008-2021 Community Checkup reports, www.wacommunitycheckup.org. The 2017-2021 year rankings apply to Kaiser Permanente Washington's medical group, Washington Permanente Medical Group, P.C. Rankings for years prior to 2017 apply to the then-named Group Health Cooperative's medical group, formerly named Group Health Permanente, P.C. and now named Washington Permanente Medical Group, P.C.
3 Top docs for 2021 were honored in Seattle Magazine, Seattle Met, and Spokane-Coeur d’Alene Living. Source: Washington Permanente Medical Group records.

3. Choose the right coverage level

About our plans
Our plans offer individual and family benefits delivered in an environment that puts preventive care and overall wellness first. That’s why our plans cover routine appointments, preventive screenings, wellness programs, and more to help prevent our members from getting sick in the first place. And when our members need additional care, they have access to care for over 60 specialties. Our plans also include virtual care through video, phone, online chat, and more so our members can get care 24/7, at home or on the go in Washington.1

Virtual Plus plans: Offer low premiums and start most care with a virtual visit. A Kaiser Permanente doctor or clinician provides care, prescriptions, and referrals for in-person care when needed. First in-person primary care visit and annual in-person preventive visits are covered at no charge. Self-referred in-person care is usually a higher out-of-pocket cost. Fill the first prescription for a new medication at a pharmacy in our network or use our convenient mail-order pharmacy. Then get most refills through mail order. Learn more

Catastrophic plan (not a metal plan): Offers 3 primary care visits covered in full before deductible, in addition to preventive care visits. All other services are subject to the annual deductible. This plan is only for applicants younger than 29, or applicants age 30 and older who provide a certificate from Health and Human Services demonstrating hardship or lack of affordable coverage.

Flex plans: Offer a great value with access to the CoreSelect network of specially selected providers. Flex plans include a specific number of office visits ("upfront visits") for just a copay as well as upfront coverage for some medications; the deductible doesn't apply to either.

HSA-compatible plans: Members can open their own health savings account (HSA) to use for eligible medical expenses.

Plan availability
Many of our individual and family plans are available in the following counties: Benton, Columbia, Franklin, Island, King, Kitsap, Lewis, Mason, Pierce, Skagit, Snohomish, Spokane, Thurston, Walla Walla, Whatcom, Whitman, and Yakima.

Levels Bronze Silver Gold Platinum
Monthly premium $ $$ $$$ $$$$
Cost to members when they get care2 $$$$ $$$ $$ $

1 Virtual care is offered when appropriate and available. If you travel out of state, virtual care could be limited due to state laws that may prevent doctors from providing care across state lines. Laws differ by state.
2 Copays, deductible, coinsurance

Open Enrollment Deadlines for the 2022 Plan Year

November 1, 2021–January 15, 2022

For coverage beginning Off-exchange with Kaiser Permanente Through Washington Healthplanfinder
Jan. 1, 2022 Dec. 15, 2021 Dec. 15, 2021
Feb. 1, 2022 Jan. 15, 2022 Jan. 15, 2022

Optional Dental Coverage

We work with Delta Dental of Washington to offer your clients dental coverage when paired with one of our 2022 direct individual plans. Both of the following options fulfill the federal mandate to provide pediatric dental coverage to anyone under age 19. In Washington state, everyone 18 and younger is required to be enrolled in a qualified dental plan. If mutual clients do not enroll in one of our plans, then we are required at initial enrollment and yearly to collect a signed Pediatric Dental Attestation and proof of dental coverage within 60 days of enrollment effective date. If this requirement is not met, medical coverage may be terminated.

Option 1. An adult/family plan that includes dental coverage for members over and under age 19. This plan is available for adults and families who purchase their medical plan direct from Kaiser Permanente. These dental options cannot be purchased separately.
For clients who enroll through the Washington Healthplanfinder, they are able to purchase pediatric dental or adult/family dental along with their medical plan through Healthplanfinder.

Option 2. A pediatric-only plan that includes dental coverage for only those under age 19.

  • This plan is only available if your clients purchase their medical plan direct from Kaiser Permanente.
  • If your clients purchase their medical plan through Washington Healthplanfinder and are under age 19 or have dependents under age 19, they must purchase pediatric dental coverage through Washington Healthplanfinder, too.

2022 Dental Plans Summary of Benefits (PDF)

Also see: Using Your Dental Benefits

For members enrolling direct with Kaiser Permanente
Dental coverage can be elected when enrolling in a medical plan online or by using the Individual & Family application. If your clients prefer their current medical plans and are not making any changes during open enrollment, they must complete, print, sign, and send the Account Change Form (PDF) if they want to add one of our dental plans.

If your clients plan to enroll, or have already enrolled, in dental plans through an employer or another dental carrier, they must complete and submit an attestation of pediatric dental coverage form (PDF). They'll also need to submit proof of coverage with the coverage effective date, such as a copy of a dental ID card, billing statement, or benefit booklet. This is a requirement to attest and provide proof of coverage annually to Kaiser Permanente within 60 days of their medical coverage effective date.

2022 Account Change Form (PDF)
2022 Pediatric Dental Attestation (PDF)
2022 Application for Health Coverage (PDF)

Kaiser Permanente Individual and Family sales and producer support

Kaiser Permanente Individual and Family sales and producer support team is available to answer questions regarding the following topics:

  • Book of business questions
  • Client eligibility
  • Client enrollment status
  • Plan quotes and benefits
  • Sales kit requests
  • Producer of record changes
  • Online quoting tool

The sales and producer support team can be reached at 1-800-474-1079 or via email at ifsales@kp.org. Note: Please do not send Individual and Family applications to this email address.

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