Md. regulators hear pleas from consumers over proposed health insurance hikes

Several Marylanders told state regulators on Wednesday they will risk going without health insurance if individual rates are raised by the proposed 45 percent average.

Elizabeth Miller, who testified at a hearing in front of Maryland Insurance Administration chief Al Redmer Jr., said she cried when carriers operating in Maryland’s individual health plan marketplace filed their rate requests in May.

Miller lives in Bethesda and has been a CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield member for the past several…



Author: Baltimore Checkbook

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