You need to shop around for insurance carriers. They'll all give you a quote online. The price depends on where you live and your health history.
I'm in Canada.
Here is a bump for you :)
I had BCBS when I was between jobs. It was $100/month for just me, but it was a super coverage plan with very low copays and deductibles. I think the cheaper, emergency plan was about $20/month for a sibgle person.
(This was three years ago, pre-Obamacare requirements. Costs have definitely gone up a lot in the time since.)
Call an independant insurance agent in your State. They can quote several different carriers and give you the best options. They will also understand the coverage and be able to make recommendations.
We have it through Dh work right now and we pay 147 a week for family coverage. About 4 yrs ago I had private insurance and it was 800 a month for me only. I did have maternity coverage, so that made it a little higher.
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