HMO/POS Rates for Arizona

Arizona
Plan Option Code 1999 Total Biweekly Premium 2000 Biweekly premium rates 1999 Total Monthly Premium 2000 Monthly premium rates
Total Premium Gov't pays Empl. Pays Change in empl. Payment Total premium Gov't pays Empl. Pays Change in empl. Payment
Aetna U.S. Healthcare
High Self WQ1 76.39 76.00 57.00 19.00 -0.10 165.51 164.67 123.50 41.17 -0.21
High Family WQ2 214.62 213.86 160.40 53.46 -0.77 465.01 463.36 347.52 115.84 -1.66
CIGNA HC of AZ-Phoenix
High Self 161 89.14 101.30 75.98 25.32 3.04 193.14 219.48 164.61 54.87 6.59
High Family 162 222.84 238.02 175.97 62.05 -0.40 482.82 515.71 381.27 134.44 -0.87
Health Plan of Nevada
High Self NM1 73.95 74.60 55.95 18.65 0.16 160.23 161.63 121.22 40.41 0.35
High Family NM2 170.04 190.96 143.22 47.74 5.23 368.42 413.75 310.31 103.44 11.34
HealthPartners Health Plans
High Self 2S1 65.80 77.55 58.16 19.39 2.94 142.57 168.03 126.02 42.01 6.37
High Family 2S2 197.89 221.02 165.77 55.25 5.78 428.76 478.88 359.16 119.72 12.53
HealthPartners Health Plans
High Self TD1 71.22 72.25 54.19 18.06 0.26 154.31 156.54 117.41 39.13 0.55
High Family TD2 199.43 202.29 151.72 50.57 0.71 432.10 438.30 328.73 109.57 1.55
Humana Health Plan of AZ
High Self DY1 76.39 74.77 56.08 18.69 -0.41 165.51 162.00 121.50 40.50 -0.88
High Family DY2 207.76 203.37 152.53 50.84 -1.10 450.15 440.64 330.48 110.16 -2.38
Intergroup of Arizona, Inc.
High Self A71 73.59 79.91 59.93 19.98 1.58 159.45 173.14 129.86 43.28 3.42
High Family A72 198.62 215.69 161.77 53.92 4.27 430.34 467.33 350.50 116.83 9.25
PacifiCare of Arizona
High Self A31 64.23 81.59 61.19 20.40 4.34 139.17 176.78 132.59 44.19 9.40
High Family A32 179.86 228.43 171.32 57.11 12.15 389.70 494.93 371.20 123.73 26.31
Premier HealthCare of Arizona
High Self 9A1 60.64 63.39 47.54 15.85 0.69 131.39 137.35 103.01 34.34 1.49
High Family 9A2 166.90 174.67 131.00 43.67 1.95 361.62 378.45 283.84 94.61 4.21
Premier HealthCare of Arizona
High Self 9B1 75.89 91.83 68.87 22.96 3.99 164.43 198.97 149.23 49.74 8.63
High Family 9B2 211.96 256.48 175.97 80.51 27.52 459.25 555.71 381.27 174.44 59.63


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