Colorado’s health insurance premiums set to rise again

9th June, 2016 by

By Randy Wyrick

EAGLE COUNTY — Individual health insurance policies could cost up to 40 percent more next year.While a couple companies are requesting significant jumps, data released this week by Colorado’s Division of Insurance indicates many insurance companies are requesting single-digit increases, and a few are actually decreasing prices.The Division of Insurance will review the rate requests through the summer. Nothing will be approved until this fall, said Marguerite Salazar, Colorado’s insurance commissioner.Gang of FourIn our part of the state our health insurance options are Cigna, Anthem Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Kaiser and Rocky Mountain Health Plan, explained Bethe Wright with Wright Insurance.Those …

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