As a FYI, it looks like, for under a certain income level, the best value 'Bronze 60' plan with ObamaCare in California will cost $1 per month, for a highest rated Kaiser Permanente plan worth $399 per month, after subsidies, which you can take 'up front.'
Click on Shop and Compare here at Covered Care CA - https://www.coveredca.com/ - and let me know how you read this. This is what I found - https://www.coveredca.com/shopandcompare/#healthplans&ui-state=dialog.
Sounds like a good news.
Nice to see you today,
I just called Covered Care California, 1 888 975 1142 - and indeed, health insurance will cost $1 / month for under a certain income level (I was insured out-of-state prior to this, for health insurance I couldn't and didn't use for years), and people can take the tax credits up front. You can enroll on phone or online by November 15th (and through mid-year 2014), and coverage would begin January 1st. With the Bronze 60 plan, which is less expensive overall than the Silver Plus plan (but more expensive for copay visits - and I don't see a doctor very much), one can see a physician once a year for free for preventive care visits.
I've added some resources on ObamaCare and California to the 'Medicine,' wiki, subject page at WUaS.
and which will also dovetail with World University and School's online Medical School, even financially -
planned for many, many countries and languages, as well.