N.H. Medicaid to See Premium Increases

Concord — About 25,000 New Hampshire residents will pay an average of 52 percent more for their health insurance next year, an analyst hired by the state insurance department told lawmakers on Wednesday.

Bela Gorman of Gorman Actuarial, a health insurance consulting firm, presented her findings to a legislative committee studying the future of New Hampshire’s expanded Medicaid program, which uses federal money to put about 43,000 low-income residents on private insurance under former President Barack Obama’s health care law. * | More…

| Valley News

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