Key Statistics

Kansas (KS)

Kansas has $1.2B in premium across 2.9K employers and 1.8M participants.

The average participant in Kansas has a slightly lower premium as benchmarked against the national average, paying roughly $670 per participant across all coverages (-9% below the average).

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Top Employers

EmployerPremiumParticipants

$77M6%

25.3K1%

$12.5M1%

241.6K14%

$11.9M<1%

55.1K3%

$20.1M2%

12K<1%

$10.4M<1%

101.3K6%

$23.9M2%

9.6K<1%

$9.7M<1%

20.9K1%

$8.8M<1%

46.9K3%

$17.1M1%

8.2K<1%

$12M1%

9K<1%

$7.1M<1%

18.3K1%

$6.8M<1%

19.7K1%

$7.7M<1%

11.4K<1%

$15.4M1%

6.4K<1%

$7.7M<1%

10.3K<1%

$12.7M1%

5.7K<1%

$5.4M<1%

11.1K<1%

$13.5M1%

4.9K<1%

$4.2M<1%

20.6K1%

$8.2M<1%

7K<1%

Top Carriers

CarrierPlansPremiumParticipants

28110%

$649.4M54%

155.4K9%

1244%

$47M4%

343.7K19%

29710%

$36M3%

58.9K3%

2348%

$20.4M2%

58.5K3%

903%

$23.6M2%

81.7K5%

1204%

$18.3M2%

84.3K5%

1184%

$15.7M1%

101.8K6%

1224%

$15.4M1%

66.1K4%

1325%

$13.7M1%

33.4K2%

843%

$19.5M2%

39.7K2%

Top Brokers

BrokerPlansPremiumCompensationParticipants

35213%

$194.4M19%

$8.6M17%

224.9K15%

1576%

$80.7M8%

$5.1M10%

295.2K20%

2439%

$95.1M9%

$3.2M7%

80.7K5%

2218%

$57.3M6%

$2.8M6%

55.8K4%

2198%

$45.4M4%

$3.7M7%

74K5%

1636%

$51.1M5%

$3.2M7%

49.8K3%

27610%

$47.7M5%

$1.9M4%

55.3K4%

452%

$125.4M12%

$2M4%

48.2K3%

1365%

$39M4%

$2.3M5%

29.2K2%

371%

$34M3%

$2.2M4%

136.2K9%