Today’s highlighted blog post from the Council on Better Business Bureaus (CBBB)
– OCTOBER 11, 2011POSTED IN: HEALTH CARE SERVICES, INSURANCE
With the passage of last year’s health care law, insurance companies are now required to provide this information to customers. The website, http://companyprofiles.healthcare.gov/, offers information regarding raises in price, as well as the company’s reasons for doing so.
Users simply click on their state, and are directed to a list of all health insurance companies in the area. The site also includes a section for customers to leave comments.
To read the full article, visit http://www.usatoday.com/money/perfi/insurance/story/2011-10-07/health-insurance-rate-hike-website/50682044/1
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