Costs expected to rise for plans through health care exchange

Connecticut's health insurance exchange says the average health care plan will cost almost 25 percent more next year. Stamford insurance agent Michael Geake says the change will result in more money

News 12 Staff

Oct 26, 2016, 1:12 AM

Updated 2,824 days ago

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Connecticut's health insurance exchange says the average health care plan will cost almost 25 percent more next year.
Stamford insurance agent Michael Geake says the change will result in more money being paid by customers.
When open enrollment begins next week, customers will also find fewer options. United HealthCare and HealthyCT no longer participate in the exchange.
People who get subsidies to help with their insurance will not see as big of an increase.
It could be possible to find a better deal at the Access Health CT website.


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