How are premium increases affecting your profit margins?

The new health care law limits what insurers are legally permitted to spend on administration and make in profits. As a taxpaying not-for-profit company, we typically earn three percent to four percent in net gain, or profit, each year.

In 2011, we spent 81 cents of every premium dollar on direct medical costs. To learn more about how we spend your premium dollars, visit the Our Strength Is Your Security section of this website.

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