Some of Connecticut’s major health insurers are seeking big rate increases, with average increases as high as 28 percent among plans that cover thousands of workers and their families.
The Connecticut Insurance Department has the authority to reject or modify rates, and the public has an opportunity to speak out.
If you want to voice your concerns about how the proposed insurance rate hikes will impact you and your family, consider taking action.
August 3rd at 9:00am – Anthem Health Plans Hearing
August 4th at 9:00am – ConnectiCare Insurance Company
August 4th at 1:00pm – Aetna Insurance Company of CT
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Monday, August 01, 2016
Speak Out on Health Insurance Rate Hikes
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