According to U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), 101,000 Rhode Island residents are uninsured (12% of the state’s population) and 91% of those are eligible for tax credits to supplement their insurance costs in the Affordable Care Act-enabled marketplace.
The HHS also reported that the average cost for the bronze plan in Rhode Island, the lowest-cost option, is $264 /mo. before any tax credits. This is near the national average for a bronze plan which is $249 a month.
Rhode Island has opted to run their own health care marketplace and residents can enroll at the official website healthsourceri.com. As a basis for comparison, we encourage you to get quotes direct from other insurance companies to view a better range of plans and to get assistance with dental and vision plans.