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HSAs and HDHPs cover 22 to 67 million people

HSAs and HDHPs enrolled 21.8 million people according to America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP), as of Jan. 2017. An 8% growth in the number of people enrolled in Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) / High Deductible Health Plans (HDHPs) brought the number to nearly 22 million Americans, Twenty two states had at least 200,000 people enrolled in these types of plans in their states (down from 24 states). California, Illinois, Minnesota, Ohio and Texas have over 1 million each. Average premiums shown, but not out of pocket costs. Minimum deductible was $1300 single for 2017, with $6550 maximum out of pocket costs. Double the numbers for family coverage. Enrollments by large employers have shrunk from their high of 15.3M in Jan. 2015, to 12.9M in Jan. 2017. Large groups represented a majority (at least 59%) of HSA high deductible plan enrollments. AHIP is an association representing health insurance companies. Report released April 2018. However, only an infographic is now available in 2022. Separately, newer research as of July 2022 by Devenir Research, indicates that more there are now 32.5 million HSA accounts covering 67 million people. The minimum deductible for a HDHP that qualifies for an HSA rises to $1,500 in 2023, up from $1,400 for 2022.

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