Health insurance premiums have spiked well over 40 percent since 2008 despite passage of the Affordable Care Act. Soaring drug and technology costs and the lack of a true market in which patients can hunt for the best deal all combine to push health care costs higher than inflation annually.
Health insurance premiums have spiked well over 40 percent since 2008 despite passage of the Affordable Care Act. Soaring drug and technology costs and the lack of a true market in which patients can hunt for the best deal all combine to push health care costs higher than inflation annually. ANDREW HARNIK AP file
Health insurance premiums have spiked well over 40 percent since 2008 despite passage of the Affordable Care Act. Soaring drug and technology costs and the lack of a true market in which patients can hunt for the best deal all combine to push health care costs higher than inflation annually. ANDREW HARNIK AP file

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