This is the truth despite the source. It's the same marketing strategy cable companies, cell phone providers etc. , use-- low priced introductory offers, then they'll get you later, once you've signed the contract. And once those that are new to insurance , not having used health care services much, actually start using it, the premiums skyrocket. This Ungar is a hack trying to wlak Obama past the 2014 elections.
I used to have Kaiser P; hardly any wait time; that will change with all the added patients.
You are correct. I was also surprised at how low the introductory rates were. Kind if like 0% interest on a credit card for six months, then 19.9%. It won’t last, especially when reality hits about actual costs. It also seems these are just individual premiums. If you have children, especially if you have more than one or two, paying by individual is going to be horrible.