California Health Insurance: Workers Paying More, Getting Less According to

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According to, Employees Facing Increased Premiums, Higher Deductibles, Cost Sharing

The individual California health insurance market is the best option for many people.

When it comes to California Health Insurance, California employers are shifting more costs to their employees. According to, as health insurance premiums increase, companies are having employees contribute a higher percentage to their monthly premium, absorb annual increases, and watch their health benefits decline through higher deductibles and co-pays. is citing a study by the National Opinion Research Center which has found that over a third of California employers are planning on shifting more premium costs to workers next year.    

Michael Dillon, Jr., President of says that employees are considering other options for their health insurance coverage. On a group plan, the average monthly premium for an individual and family is $545 and $1399 per month, respectively. Expect another 8% to 10% increase in 2012.

“Employee benefit health insurance plans are not always flexible and can’t meet varied medical insurance needs for families,” said Dillon. “The individual health insurance market is the best option for many people. Being able to choose from different medical plans, select your doctor of choice, and find a leading insurance carrier, all at an affordable price is very appealing to individuals and families.” was created by Michael Dillon, Jr., an expert in the health insurance industry, saving thousands of people millions of dollars in insurance premiums over the years. The site is the leading online resource for researching and buying health insurance for individuals, families, and small businesses.

If you’d like more information about this topic or California Health Insurance, or to schedule an interview with Michael Dillon, please call 775-560-7006 or email info(at)InstantHealthInsuranceQuotes(dot)com


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