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Health Insurance Enrollment Dipped In Florida In 2017

Oct 4, 2018
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Overall enrollment in Florida’s commercial health-insurance market in 2017 dipped by more than 96,000 people, or 2.55 percent, from the previous year, a new state report shows. 

 

While the number of people covered decreased, insurance companies collected $20 billion in premiums for 2017, a nearly 6 percent increase from 2016.

Members of the Florida Health Insurance Advisory Board will discuss the numbers, part of an annual market report, during a meeting Thursday.