Find Affordable Health Insurance in Nevada

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We offer a broad selection of Nevada health plans for individuals, families and small businesses from most of the leading Nevada health insurance companies.

Nevada Medical Insurance Statistics

Consider the following statistics about health care coverage in Nevada:


Total Nevada Residents


Total Uninsured Nevada Residents


Total Nevada HMO enrollment


Avg annual employee premium in Nevada employer-sponsored plan (after employer contribution)


Avg Nevada hospital cost per inpatient day (before insurance)
Source data according to the Kaiser Family Foundation: Health Insurance Coverage of the Total Population, states (2007-2008), U.S. (2008); Total HMO Enrollment, July 2008; Average Single Premium per Enrolled Employee; For Employer-Based Health Insurance, 2008; Hospital Adjusted Expenses per Inpatient Day, 2007

Frequently asked questions

Nevada residents are required to have health insurance in compliance with the Affordable Care Act (ACA). However, Nevada state law does not require employers to provide health insurance plans to their employees. Those that do not have health insurance through their employer can enroll in a plan through a private provider.
Nevada open enrollment period for 2020 plans has ended, but individuals with a qualifying event are still eligible for 2020 enrollment. Others will need to wait to enroll in a 2021 plan starting November 1, 2020. Nevada residents can find plans through the federal exchange or through private insurance companies.
Nevada residents can expect to pay an average of $192.71 per person* for a major medical individual health insurance plan. Prices will vary and premiums can be lower if you are in good health.
Metal LevelAverage Monthly Premium*
* This is the average price of a plan available from eHealth in Nevada, but actual prices available depend on zip code, age, gender, and other factors.  Get a personalized quote to see what may be available for you.

Buying an Individual and Family Health Plan in Nevada

A new Nevada private health insurance plan may be right for you if:

  • You are self-employed
  • Your employer does not offer a group plan
  • You are enrolled in a group plan, but it does not cover spouses or dependents
  • You are enrolled in a health plan, but the premiums are too high
  • You are enrolled in a health plan, but your benefits needs have changed