Both Health Insurers and Hospitals are Concerned about Next Year Insurance Premiums

Health insurers are busy struggling with decisions they need to make now about how to price premiums and what markets they can afford to be in next year; whereas, hospitals are concerned that a spike in the cost of Obamacare premiums next year will cause many people to simply drop insurance coverage, reducing their revenues in the near future. Read article here…

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