Bronze and silver health plans average OOP maximum 2014

This statistic shows the average out-of-pocket maximum for silver and bronze plans in the U.S. as of 2014. The average combined out-of-pocket maximum for silver plans was 5,836 U.S. dollars. Out-of-pocket maximum is the most you pay during the policy period before the plan begins to pay all of the allowed amount.

Average out-of-pocket maximum in bronze and silver health plans in 2014

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Source

Release date

June 2014

Region

United States

Survey time period

2014

Supplementary notes

OOP: out-of-pocket; Rx: prescription drugs.
This cost sharing analysis is based on a review of the 1,204 unique Silver and 1,056 unique Bronze qualified health plans in all 50 states’ and the District of Columbia’s insurance Exchanges. The premium analysis is based on a review of 7,011 Silver plans and 5,869 Bronze plans in all 50 states’ and the District of Columbia’s insurance exchanges. It was prepared for PhRMA and its member companies based on data available through state and federal government-sponsored exchange websites as of 1/1/2014.

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