Health Insurance Profits Soar, Dem Calls For Rebates

Ryan Grim
Huffington Post

WASHINGTON — Health insurance profits are skyrocketing in 2010 compared to last year’s returns and the outgoing chairman of the House subcommittee that oversees the companies is calling on them to return the profits to consumers in the form of premium reductions.

“Your ten firms alone have reported over $9.3 billion in profits for the first three quarters of 2010,” writes Rep. Pete Stark (D-Calif.), chairman of the Ways and Means health subcommittee — and, for a day, chairman of the full committee. “On average, your profits have gone up 41 percent from last year.”

Robert Zirkelbach, a spokesman for the leading health insurance trade lobby, America’s Health Insurance Plans, said that Democrats shouldn’t focus on the companies’ profits, but rather the overall cost of health care.

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