New Mexico’s non-group insurance policies increase second-highest among states

If you don’t read Forbes frequently, they do some excellent reporting and analysis on health care issues. This recent article “Obamacare Has Increased Non-Group Premiums In Nearly All States” caught my eye, especially since New Mexico was in line to see the 2nd-highest rate of increase among the states in 2014.

As the article noted, these rapid increases defy numerous categorical assurances from President Obama such as:

“We’ll lower premiums by up to $2,500 for a typical family per year…We’ll do it by the end of my first term as president of the United States”

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One Reply to “New Mexico’s non-group insurance policies increase second-highest among states”

  1. I signed up for Medicare Part B and was surprised by the bill. It was 3 times the $140/month which was what Medicare in presentedat time of sign up. I choose to opt out and just pay my own way with the money I saved by not giving it to Midicare. I went to my cardiologist and in front of the whole waiting room was told they would not see me any longer or take my money. The office said they only take insurance. Now more patients like me, will have no choice but the opt out because of such large increases. After opting out of Medicare part B all will be back where we were to begin with without health insurance coverage. The newest population of uninsured will now be the aging. Social Security and Medicare were originally created to cover the aging. What is their goal now, to go after the wisdom in our country!?! A big Thank you goes to Professor Gruber for laughing at all. the “ignorant “population who will receive Obamacare and the President who hired Professor Gruber to go after all us “ignorant” also the Democrats in our US Congress, whom all fell in line with the “party” that voted for Obamacare without discussing or reading the so called Afordable Care Act. This is a
    Spread the wealth bill? What will our government do to pay for Obamacre when the money runs out?

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