Find The Best Health Coverage For Your Budget in Hawaii Health Insurance
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How much is health insurance in the Aloha State?
With a population of almost 1,400,000, Hawaii is the 40th most populated state in the country. There are many factors that go into calculating the rate you pay for your health insurance. Below is a breakdown of how much other people in Hawaii typically pay for coverage based on different factors.
Hawaii Health Insurance Premium by Age
In Hawaii, the typical customer 26 and younger will pay $258.50 per month while a person over 56 years old will pay over $468.39 per month.
Age Range Premiums
|26 - 35||$395.34|
|36 - 45||$435.53|
|46 - 56||$455.35|
Hawaii Health Insurance Premium for Smokers vs. Non-Smokers
As with all states, customers in Hawaii who smoke may pay a higher premium for their health insurance than those customers who are non-smokers. In Hawaii, smokers pay $493.45 while non-smokers pay $395.34 on average.
Smoker vs. Non-Smoker
|Smoker?||Average of Health Premium|
The most affordable health insurance premiums, by city, in Hawaii
These cities had the most affordable health insurance premiums across Hawaii in 2019.
Most Affordable City Premiums in Hawaii Health Insurance
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When is open enrollment 2021 in Hawaii?
Open enrollment periods do vary by state and insurance type. Hawaii uses the federal health insurance exchange of the Affordable Care Act and residents enroll on HealthCare.gov. Open Enrollment is November 1, 2020 -December 15, 2020. Hawaii insurance companies that participate in the federal exchange include: HMSA and Kaiser.
When is Medicare open enrollment 2021 in Hawaii?
Medicare open enrollment dates also vary by state. Hawaii Medicare Open Enrollment is October 15, 2020-December 7, 2020. The General Enrollment Period begins January 1, 2021 and will end March 31, 2021. The Medicare Advantage Open Enrollment Period is from January 1, 2021 to March 31, 2021
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