How Much Is The Cheapest Health Insurance?

With individual health insurance premiums averaging about $393 per month in the United States in 2017, many people may be left wondering if affordable health insurance plans exist.

Currently, the cheapest health insurance you can get is Medicaid, because it provides free or low-cost coverage to those who qualify.

How much is health insurance a month for a single person?

According to data gathered by eHealth, the average health insurance cost for single coverage premiums in 2018 is $440 per month. For family coverage, the cost for premiums in 2018 is $1,168 per month.

How much does it cost to see a doctor without insurance?

A visit to the doctor costs nothing. A visit to a specialist costs $25. Without insurance, each visit would cost $300-$600.

What is a good price for health insurance?

How Much Is Medical Insurance per Month for One Person? The average national monthly health insurance cost for one person on a benchmark plan is $477, or $207 with a subsidy.* Monthly premiums for ACA Marketplace plans vary by state and can be reduced by subsidies.

Is it cheaper to get private health insurance?

Yes, workplace health insurance is usually cheaper than an individual health plan. An employer-sponsored health plan helps pay for your health costs. Federal law demands that large employers must pay at least half of health plan premiums. Businesses usually exceed that percentage.