Premium increases in employer sponsored plans have led many companies to drop group insurance altogether, which has left individuals and families to find health insurance coverage on their own.
California (PRWEB) January 26, 2012
According to InstantHealthInsuranceQuotes.com, California workers and families are being forced to find California health insurance on their own. Increased premiums, Health Care Reform and a slow economy have led to a significant decline in employer sponsored health plans in the last two years according to a recent study, says InstantHealthInsuranceQuotes.com President, Michael Dillon, Jr.
InstantHealthInsuranceQuotes.com has been discussing the report from the California HealthCare Foundation showing a decrease in the amount of employers who are offering health insurance to its employees from 73 % to 63 % over the last two years. This figure does not include the dramatic job cuts that have left people without insurance.
Even more troubling said Dillon is that the survey reports Californian’s health insurance premiums have increased 153.3% since 2002, five times more than the states 29.3% increase in overall inflation.
“Californians are being left uninsured and are looking for reliable resources to protect their families,” said Dillon. “Premium increases in employer sponsored plans have led many companies to drop group insurance altogether, which has left individuals and families to find health insurance coverage on their own.”
InstantHealthInsuranceQuotes.com was created by Michael Dillon, Jr., an expert in the health insurance industry who has saved thousands of people millions in insurance premiums. The site is the leading online resource for researching and buying health insurance for individuals, families, and small businesses.
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