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§156.140 Levels of coverage.
(a) General requirement for levels of coverage. AV, calculated as described in §156.135 of this subpart, and within a de minimis variation as defined in paragraph (c) of this section, determines whether a health plan offers a bronze, silver, gold, or platinum level of coverage.
(b) The levels of coverage are:
(1) A bronze health plan is a health plan that has an AV of 60 percent.
(2) A silver health plan is a health plan that has an AV of 70 percent.
(3) A gold health plan is a health plan that has an AV of 80 percent.
(4) A platinum health plan is a health plan that has as an AV of 90 percent.
(c) De minimis variation. The allowable variation in the AV of a health plan that does not result in a material difference in the true dollar value of the health plan is ±2 percentage points.