The Kaiser Family Foundation released their 2012 Annual Employer Health Benefits Survey.
Among the findings:
- 26% of firms which have a health insurance plan offer an HSA-qualifying plan. 11% of covered workers are enrolled in an HSA-qualifying plan, up from 9% last year.
- The average annual HSA deductible in a workplace plan is about $2200 single and about $4100 family. The average annual HSA-qualifying insurance premium for singles is about $4700 (a savings of about $1000 or about 18% relative to gold-plated coverage).
- The average annual HSA-qualifying insurance premium for families is about $13,500 (a savings of about $2700 or about 17% relative to gold-plated coverage).
- The average employer contribution to an HSA is about $600 single, $1100 family. Take out the non-contributing firms, and that average rises to about $900 single, $1600 family.
Section 8 of the survey covers HDHPs paired with HSAs and HRAs, it provides details on premiums, contributions, and deductibles.
Read the full survey: Employee Health Benefits 2012 Annual Survey