Find Affordable Health Insurance in Vermont

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Vermont State Health Resources

Residents can also refer to a number of resources within Vermont:

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Vermont Medical Insurance Statistics

Consider the following statistics about health care coverage in Vermont:

611,674

Total Vermont Residents

10.26%

Total Uninsured Vermont Residents

54,525

Total Vermont HMO enrollment

$986

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

$1,43

Avg Vermont 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

As of January 1, 2020, Vermont state law requires residents to have health insurance. Once the penalty for not having insurance was eliminated by the federal government, some states stepped in to make that requirement on the state level. Vermont is one of the states that has enacted its own mandate. Residents can find insurance plans at Vermont Health Connect.
Vermont residents can enroll in health insurance coverage during open enrollment by purchasing a plan through a private health insurance company or the state exchange. If you missed open enrollment, you can still get coverage in Vermont if you have a qualifying life event, such as a change in marital status or a loss of coverage.