Shortages are driving up health care costs. What can you do?
As the pandemic evolved, we saw increased claims severity in younger populations covered by employer-sponsored plans, particularly for patients with comorbidities,” says Tara Krauss, Head of Accident & Health at QBE North America.
"Our priority, our duty should be to Connecticut families and residents and small businesses, to protect them to make sure they don't have to pay more for health insurance and health care than they have to," Attorney General William Tong said. "And to ask, and to even require, the health insurance companies here today to do all they can to really serve their customers and not just extract as much as they can."
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