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Health Insurance Cost Statistics

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Back in 1970s, the United States looked a lot like other countries when it came to health care spending. In 1980, we spent $1,110 per person on health care, which worked out to about 9.2 percent of Gross Domestic Product. But in the 1980s, health-care costs in the United States began growing much faster than in other countries, rising to $9,810 per person in 2013. That amounts to a total of $2.74 Trillion spent on health care, or 17.9% of our total economy.
Health Care Cost StatisticsSingle CoverageFamily Coverage
Average cost of Healthcare in the United States$5,615$15,745
Average annual deductible$1,120$2,075
Average cost to employee enrolled in company plan$1,225$4,316
States with the highest cost of healthcareSingle CoverageFamily Coverage
Alaska$6,180$14,622
Rhode Island$6,164$14,424
Washington DC$5,953$16,572
Maine$5,809$15,274
Vermont$5,749$15,086
States with the lowest cost of healthcareSingle CoverageFamily Coverage
Utah$4,281$12,213
Hawaii$4,401$12,109
Arkansas$4,586$11,830
Georgia$4,706$13,149
North Dakota$4,716$11,007
Historic Health Care Spending StatisticsAnnual Per Capita Spending
The following is the average annual health care spending (not just insurance premiums) per capita
2013$9,810
2010$8,402
2000$4,550
1990$2,600
1980$1,110
1970$380
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Historic Health Care Spending StatisticsAnnual Per Capita Spending
The following is the average annual health care spending (not just insurance premiums) per capita
2013$9,810
2010$8,402
2000$4,550
1990$2,600
1980$1,110
1970$380
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Statistic Sources & References
Sources: Kaiser Family Foundation, National Conference of State Legislatures
Content Author: Statistic Brain

Date research was conducted: April 2, 2017

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