Advisory Board April 1, 2024

Forbes Advisor recently released a list of the most — and least — expensive states for healthcare, with North Carolina ranking as the most expensive and Hawaii ranking as the least expensive.

Methodology

For the list, Forbes Advisor compared all 50 U.S. states and Washington, D.C. on nine metrics between 2020 and 2022:

  • Average annual premium for employees with single coverage through employer-provided health insurance (15%)
  • Average annual premium for employees with plus one coverage through employer-provided health insurance (15%)
  • Average annual premium for employees with family coverage through employer-provided health insurance (15%)
  • Average annual deductible for employees with family coverage through employer-provided health insurance (15%)
  • Average annual deductible for employees with single coverage through employer-provided health insurance...

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