By: Susan Kelly
Health Care Dive
- Vermont residents who buy private health insurance through the state’s marketplace could face sharp increases next year in the premiums they pay. Insurers MVP Health Care and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Vermont are asking the state to approve the boosts, with both citing medical and drug cost pressures.
- MVP Health Care has asked state regulators to sign off on a 17% average rate increase for individual and family plans offered in 2023 through the Vermont Health Connect marketplace. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Vermont is seeking a 12% jump, according to its recent filing with the state.