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Victory In Massachusetts Healthcare Costs May Be Temporary
Kaiser Health News Link to more items from this source
Sept. 2, 2014
"[T]he results of the first full year are out ... The number that will go down in the history books is 2.3 percent. It's well below a state-imposed benchmark for health care cost growth of 3.6 percent, and well below the increases seen for at least a decade.... Premiums are up for many individuals and small businesses this year and are expected to rise this year and next because of new requirements under the [ACA] -- because patient demand for care is picking up again as the economy improves and because of a few new, expensive drugs."

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