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eHealth, Inc., understands the need consumers and policymakers to have solid, detailed information about the health insurance industry, and specifically, the individual and family health insurance market. There is an ongoing need for improved public and private programs to help Americans gain access to quality healthcare. Therefore, eHealth works to make a contribution to these discussions by providing research and insight into consumers who purchase their health coverage on the individual and family health insurance market.


Out-of-Pocket Premium Analysis and Major Medical Inventory
August 04, 2014

Out-of-Pocket Premium Analysis and Major Medical Inventory

This report provides a comparison of health insurance premium costs borne by consumers receiving federal subsidies and those not receiving federal subsidies; it also includes an analysis of the number of insurance companies and plans offered through eHealth in select metro areas.
The Cost and Benefits of Individual and Family Health Insurance Plans, 2013
December 30, 2013 | Categories: Cost and Benefits

The Cost and Benefits of Individual and Family Health Insurance Plans, 2013

The 2013 Cost and Benefits Report provides a final look at costs and coverage in the individual and family market prior to the implementation of the Affordable Care Act’s major 2014 provisions, and includes a review of costs for plans offering richer “comprehensive” benefits. According to the report, the average premium paid for individual health insurance nationwide in 2013 was $197 per month, an increase of 3.7% over 2012. Premiums for individually-purchased family plans increased 3.4% to a national average of $426 per month.
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