Anthem eases up on 2018 health insurance premium hikes after pressure from California

Thursday, 12 October 2017  (1 week ago)
Insurance giant Anthem Blue Cross agreed to reduce two planned premium increases for 2018 after California regulators questioned the company’s rationale for raising rates by as much as it had initially proposed.

The scaled-back rate hikes, in the individual and small-employer markets, will reduce...

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