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By Phil Piemonte

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Mad at your health plan? Open season beckons...

Well, it’s almost that time gain—FEHBP “open season.”  Health insurance—again—is the big issue this year.

We have seen lots of gripes about increases in the employee share of health care premiums. Some folks’ plans have gone up the “average” 7.2 percent. Others plans are jacking up rates far more.

So—given that the rates have been posted for a couple of weeks, what are you people out there thinking of doing?

Will you switch plans? Or grit your teeth and keep the plan you’ve got?

The floor is open …

Posted by Phil Piemonte on Oct 27, 2010 at 12:13 PM


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