Employer-Sponsored Healthcare Premiums Could Incur Huge Rise in 2023

The U.S. inflation rate rose to 9.1% in June, and it appears that next year, healthcare premiums will follow a similar upward trajectory. 

According to KFF.org, a website which tracks health insurance statistics and demographics in all 50 states, employer-sponsored healthcare premiums could see a significant jump in 2023 — as high as 50% above the 2022 pricing models.

KFF breaks down insurance benefits in six primary categories: Employer, Non-group, Medicaid, Medicare, Military and Uninsured.

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