CAI Data Snapshot: Trends in Average Total Monthly Healthcare Premiums

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doug test account pic.jpgAt CAI we aim to provide you with relevant data to help you make sound workplace decisions.  We are grateful to the hundreds of CAI member organizations who regularly participate in our surveys allowing us to provide rich data.  Look for a regular spot in our newsletter to report on one data point that we think most members would care about.  Today's data point: 8 Year Trends in Average Total Monthly Healthcare Premiums.  Enjoy!

 

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As reported in CAI's 2014/2015 NC Healthcare Benefits & Cost Survey.  The NC Healthcare Benefits & Cost Survey is conducted annually by CAI, with design assistance provided by Hill, Chesson & Woody (HCW). The Employers Association (TEA) of Charlotte, North Carolina co-sponsored the 2014/2015 survey. The NC Healthcare Benefits & Cost Survey is considered a valuable statewide tool for comparing an organization’s healthcare costs to market.  Overall, 634 organizations across North Carolina responded to this year’s invitation and participated.

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