SPOTLIGHT: FL health plans increase prices 25 percent

During the first three quarters of 2008, health insurers hiked up per-member, per-month costs for emergency department and out-of-area services a substantial 25 percent. Health plans in Florida say that data suggests that Medicaid, uninsured and self-pay patients may be using EDs as primary care providers, according to the Florida Health Plan Analysis. Article

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