Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica Lindeen has held two public meetings in the past month for the state's three health insurance companies on the Affordable Care Act Exchange to hear their case for vastly increased rates.
When Blue Cross, Blue Shield of Montana was purchased by Health Care Service Corporation, one of the requirements from Montana officials was the creation of a non-profit foundation to improve healthcare in the state.
Thousands of Montana Blue Cross and Blue Shield customers were notified last week that their premium rates would be rising by 3.5 percent in anticipation of fee increases through the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.
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