1/04/2010

How health insurance stock prices have changed over the last two years

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Blogger Tony said...

According to the market-research group Datamonitor, medical inflation is the reason for yearly increases of 8% in health insurance premiums. The steady progress in the development of new drugs, therapies and equipment used to diagnose medical conditions and the resulting costs are an obvious reason for this. This is understandable and everyone wants the latest in diagnostics and treatments. Equipment becomes obsolete with time and invariably the very words newer and improved mean a rise in cost.

1/05/2010 1:47 AM  
Blogger Mark said...

It seems really informative flow chart! But government health care will never take effect. It’s unauthorized. Several US states are previously acting on ways to invalidate whatever gets passed. Florida, Georgia and Arizona to be an example for this.

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1/05/2010 7:06 AM  

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