The cost of health insurance plans on and off Connecticut’s Affordable Care Act Exchange will rise by as much as 25% next year, according to final numbers released by the state on Friday, heightening concerns about access to health care.
Insurance officials approved the rate changes eight weeks after insurers proposed an average increase of 20.4% for individual plans and 14.8% for small group policies. The department approved an average increase of 12.9% on individual plans and 7.9% on small groups.
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