Lower cost. Better access?

Health care commentator Bob Laszewski looks at the coming health insurance premium hikes:

"These rate increase projections by the Society do not include the big jumps that are coming for younger people driven by the laws requirement that age bands be narrowed so that older people pay no more than three times the premiums of the youngest. The combination of these baseline increases will about double the cost of health insurance for those in their 20s and early 30s––and perhaps decrease costs for those in their late 50s and 60s––in the majority of states that haven't already narrowed these age-related costs."

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