Rising drug prices and other costs associated with the plans drove
"It was becoming increasingly difficult to keep those costs down for the member," Yurkovich said.
Breisinger said his firm has about 2,600 clients with the plans, many of whom have been placing angry calls to his office.
"It's disappointing that these folks are losing coverage and being forced to have to make a decision of moving to another plan," Breisinger said. "I want them to know though that there are other options available."
Those who don't make a choice will automatically be enrolled in original
Monthly premiums for
Next year's premiums for
People with chronic health conditions should pay close attention to how much their drugs will cost under any given plan's drug formulary and what specialist visits will cost, Breisinger said.
Some plans in the
The insurer canceled the lines of insurance across its markets in
About 3,800 Pennsylvanians were enrolled in the Platinum plans and about 1,300 had the Gold plans as of September, according to the most recent
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