Individual ACA health plan premiums to rise 16% in Wisconsin

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The Wisconsin Office of the Commissioner of Insurance approved a 15.9 percent increase on individual Affordable Care Act health plans for 2017, although some areas may see increases as high as 30.4 percent on average.

The insurers below were approved for the following average 2017 premium changes for individual on exchange plans. 

  • Children's Community Health Plan (new to market)
  • Common Ground Healthcare Cooperative (26.9 percent increase)
  • Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, or Comp-Care (21.7 percent increase)
  • Dean Health Plan (18.6 percent increase)
  • Group Health Cooperative (5.4 percent increase)
  • Gundersen Health Plan (18.2 percent increase)
  • Health Tradition Health Plan (24.4 percent increase)
  • Medica Health Plans (11.5 percent increase)
  • MercyCare (13.1 percent decrease)
  • Molina Healthcare (27 percent increase)
  • Network Health Plan (20.1 percent increase)
  • Security Health Plan (15.6 percent increase)
  • United Health Plans (31.9 percent increase)
  • WPS Health Plan (12.3 percent increase)

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