Health care cost control in Massachusetts, continuing the bad news string for ACA

Representatives from the state’s nonprofit health plans as well as national for-profit insurers doing business in Massachusetts estimated the “medical cost trend,” a key industry measure, will climb between 6 and 12 percent this year — higher than last year’s cost bump and more than double the 3.6 percent increase set as a target in a state law passed last year.

Here is more, and for the pointer I thank Jeffrey Flier.


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