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States Feel Less Inclined to Issue Coverage Mandates
Managed Care Magazine Link to more items from this source
Apr. 4, 2006
Excerpt: Back in 2003, when the number crunchers at PricewaterhouseCoopers did the math on health premiums, they fingered dozens of new state insurance mandates as contributing to a painful 13.7 percent spike in premiums. This year, when PwC went back to its calculators, the figure -- 8.8 percent -- still exceeded the country's inflation rate, but it was not so exceptional when PwC factored in inflation trends for technology and defensive medicine.

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