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Average health insurance costs in January and February 2000

Average health insurance premiums for HMO and non-HMO health plans in the United States increased only slightly from January to February 2000. But the premiums were up more than 6 percent from the same time last year, according to data from Ceridian Benefits Services, a Palm Harbor, Fla., provider of employee benefits administration services.

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Change in health premiums
January 2000 to February 2000

Premium type

Average
February

2000
premium

Percent change
from January 2000
Percent change
from February 1999

Non-HMO single

medical

$200.58
0.69
6.34
Non-HMO family medical
548.39
0.77
7.06

HMO single

medical

189.45
0.76
9.38

HMO family

medical

522.79
0.81
9.27
Dental-single
21.14
0.48
4.19
Dental-family
61.13
0.59
4.5

Change in health premiums
December 1999 to January 2000

Premium type
Average
January 2000
premium
Percent change
from December 1999

Percent

change
from January 1999

Non-HMO single

medical

$199.20
1.63
6.16

Non-HMO family

medical

544.21
1.87
6.85

HMO single

medical

188.02
2.46
8.88

HMO family

medical

518.61
2.55
8.83
Dental-single
21.04
1.35
3.14
Dental-family
60.77
1.89
3.61

Change in health premiums
December 1998 to December 1999

 

Premium type

Average
December

1999
premium

Percent

change
from January

1999

Percent change
from December

1998

Non-HMO single medical
$196
4.45
6.04
Non-HMO family medical
534.24
4.89
6.36

HMO single

medical

183.50
6.27
8.25

HMO family

medical

505.73
6.13
8.07
Dental-single
20.76
1.76
4.43
Dental-family
59.64
1.69
4.08

Source: Ceridian Benefits Services

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