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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.

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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