By Arielle Levin Becker Friday, May 24, 2013
A key question about federal health care reform is what it will cost to buy health insurance next year, when the key provisions of the law kick in.
And for insurers and regulators, figuring that out requires grappling with more uncertainty than usual.
“There’s a lot of moving parts, and everybody has all of that to struggle with,” said Kenneth Lalime, CEO of HealthyCT, a new nonprofit insurer. “It’s the first time in a long time that the rate process has been so dramatically changed.”