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Florida's Biggest Health Insurer Signals Rate Hikes Ahead
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July 21, 2014
"Several factors could drive up rates next year -- including a paucity of younger and healthy enrollees and a greater-than-expected surge in people seeking expensive health services, CEO Patrick Geraghty said ... 'We will be under tremendous financial pressure initially given the age, risk profile and high utilization of the new membership,' he said. 'It is far from clear that large enrollment in the marketplace is a financially beneficial place to be.'"

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