MORE VALIDATION that healthcare premiums will trend upwards at near double-digit rates came from California this week.
The California Public Employees’ Retirement System (Calpers) announced it will pay average rate increases of 9.7% to HMOs starting in 2000. This is significant because Calpers is considered one of the shrewdest buyers of healthcare in the nation.
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