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Test your knowledge about Connecticut local health system performance

August 2013

1. In January of this year how much difference was there in the base premium for the median Connecticut plan between 30 year old, nonsmoking single men and women?

a) the same
b) 10% more for men
c) 10% more for women
d) 25% more for women

2. In January what was the Connecticut median annual premium for a family of four, parents age 40?

a) $4,980
b) $9,404
c) $22,719
d) $25,000

3. In January what was the Connecticut median annual plan deductible for a couple, age 55?

a) $1,000
b) $5,000
c) $7,500
d) $20,000

4. In January what was the difference between median premiums for 30 year old Connecticut single male smokers and nonsmokers?

a) 18% higher for smokers
b) 10% higher for smokers
c) the same
d) 5% lower for smokers

5. How many plans were available to 30 year old single men in Connecticut this January?

a) 10
b) 50
c) 100
d) 470

Source: Private Health Insurance: The Range of Base Premiums in the Individual Market by State in January 2013, GAO, 7/23/13

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