Virginia Consumer Healthcare Alliance

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From the Alliance

In the past five years, individual insurance premiums rose an average of 147% in Virginia

Data from the Virginia State Corporation Commission’s Bureau of Insurance shows that from 2014-2019, the average individual health insurance premium amount rose from $322.41 in 2014 to $796.29 in 2019. That’s a 147% increase over five years in Virginia. That happened as more Virginia families and businesses face rising insurance premiums that continue to outpace inflation and wage growth, and as people deal with high-deductible health insurance plans and rising out-of-pocket costs. Join the Virginia Consumer Healthcare Alliance to take a stand against big insurance practices that make health care coverage more expensive and less affordable.