10 cities with the highest average monthly health insurance costs

Morgan Haefner - Print  | 

Detroit residents have average monthly health insurance costs that are $78 higher — or 57 percent more — than the average of the 25 biggest U.S. cities, according to a report from doxo, a web and mobile bill pay service.

The doxoINSIGHTS report examines aggregate payment data from more than 45,000 billers across 45 different service categories from 2.5 million-plus users.

Here are the 10 cities with the highest average monthly health insurance bills compared to the $136 average across the 25 largest cities:

1. Detroit — $214
2. Minneapolis — $212
3. Pittsburgh — $207
4. Philadelphia — $194
5. Sacramento, Calif. — $175
6. Washington, D.C. — $167
7. Los Angeles — $157
8. Portland, Ore. — $150
9. San Francisco — $146
10. Dallas — $142

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