Obamacare premiums in Florida to rise 45 percent on average in 2018, What about deductibles?, Impact on private and company plans?
Other firms will shift toward part-time workers. More than 40 percent of CFOs say their companies will consider switching some jobs to less than 30 hours per week or targeting part-time workers for future employment.”…Duke University Fuqua School of Business December 11, 2013
“If you like your plan, you can keep it.”…Barack Obama
“millions of Americans are getting or are about to get cancellation letters for their health insurance under Obamacare, say experts, and the Obama administration has known that for at least three years.”…NBC News October 29, 2013
We all know that healthcare premiums have skyrocketed since the advent of Obamacare.
Higher deductibles, under reported, are the dinosaur in the room.
And what about private and company plans?
From the Miami Herald September 26, 2017.
“Obamacare premiums in Florida to rise 45 percent on average next year
Health insurers selling Affordable Care Act plans in Florida will raise monthly premiums by nearly 45 percent on average next year, the state’s Office of Insurance Regulation said Tuesday.”
“Florida insurance regulators announced proposed rates for ACA plans in 2018 on Tuesday. Below is a list of insurers and the average rate increase approved by the Office of Insurance Regulation.
- Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Florida Inc., 38.1 percent
- Celtic Insurance Company, 46.1 percent
- Florida Health Care Plans, Inc., 26.5 percent
- Health First Commercial Plans, Inc., 39.3 percent
- Health Options, Inc., 36 percent
- Molina Healthcare of Florida, 71.2 percent
- Avmed, Inc., 38.7 percent
- Cigna Health and Life Insurance Company, 68.9 percent
- Freedom Life Insurance Company of America, 80 percent”