The recently announced mergers of four of the nation’s largest health insurance companies threatens to decrease competition in multiple states and industry markets, a threat the American Medical Association says will exceed federal antitrust guidelines and warrants regulatory review.
The impact of the mergers, the association says, could lead to higher premiums for employers and individuals. Experts agree this means brokers would need to work with employer clients to find creative solutions to keep premium costs down.
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