Private health insurance plans in 1976: an evaluation.


Private health insures collected a record $39.4 billion in premiums and returned $35 billion in benefits to their subscribers in 1976--a reflection of the steadily rising cost of health care, higher utilization, and the demand for expanded services. The industry experienced a net underwriting loss of $611 million, mainly because claims and operating… (More)

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