When it comes to health plans, people want dependable and predictable. They want a plan that’s boringly good. It’s an insight that not only became a highly successful ad campaign, but also turned into a company-wide mantra.
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In a story May 14 about insurance premiums, The Associated Press, relying on information provided by the Washington State Office of the Insurance Commissioner, reported erroneously the premiums for an insurance plan. The $162 rate is for people under the age of 21, not for 21 year olds.
Health insurers predicted a dramatic rise in premiums under “Obamacare,” but the requests filed last week aren’t much different than previous rates. However, the requests await state review and could change.
In a boost for President Barack Obama's healthcare reform law, two states in the Northwest said on Friday that insurance companies submitted applications to sell policies on the states' health insurance ...