HHS regulations (45 CFR 156.100, et seq.) define EHB based on state-specific EHB-benchmark plans. Below are the EHB-benchmark plans for each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia (D.C.) for plan years 2014 through 2016. These 2014-2016 EHB-benchmark plans are no longer in use and have since been replaced by new EHB-benchmark plans.
To view the 2014-2016 EHB-benchmark plan information for a particular state, please select the state below.
To view the EHB-benchmark plan information for plan years beginning in 2017 and later and for general information on EHB-benchmark plans, please click here.
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