SPOTLIGHT: HMO rates could jump 12 percent in 2010

Though general inflation has all but disappeared, don't count on that slowing health cost inflation. In fact, it looks like HMO rates will climb a whopping 12 percent in 2010, according to a new study by benefits consulting firm Hewitt Associates. Article

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