They admit it’s a lie:
Health insurance prices deflated in October and November, in an environment of high inflation for most other U.S. goods and services, according to the consumer price index.
Those insurance prices are poised to fall about 4% a month through September 2023.
The reason has more to do with how the Bureau of Labor Statistics measures these costs, rather than consumers’ experience with premiums.
Our “affordable” care act policy deductible rises from $13,500 to $17,600 annual deductible in 2023. Premium prices went up by about 10%.
They can’t stop lying, can they?