It’s hard to tell how much is really happening to the insurance industry in America, but if you’re wondering how the health care industry has been doing lately, it might be worth looking into.
This year, insurers in the US have seen their share of premium growth accelerate.
And even with some of the latest trends in the insurance business, the sector is still not quite healthy.
According to a recent survey by the insurance company Aon Hewitt, insurance companies are spending a lot more than they were two years ago, on health care, and a lot less than they did in 2016.
And while insurance premiums are up in most parts of the country, insurers have not seen an increase in profits in nearly two years.
Aon Hewits survey found that a majority of insurers surveyed said they were facing the biggest risk from the rise in medical expenses in the past two years, and that a large number of them are facing a significant financial hit from that as well.
Insurers were also concerned that a number of insurers are getting more expensive to insure, as well as that many of them were not seeing the benefits that they were expecting, according to the survey.
Insurance companies also said they could expect more aggressive growth in premiums in the future, as insurers continue to spend more money on health insurance than they have in years.
And just in case there’s any doubt about how badly the insurance market is suffering, a report released by the Congressional Budget Office in January suggested that insurers might be losing money on average each year for the next decade or two.
The CBO said insurers were losing $9.4 billion each year on average to insurers that were not profitable, even as premiums for those insurers rose to record levels.
This was true even as insurers in some states were seeing their premiums rise by about 50 percent a year, the CBO report found.
It also noted that insurers were seeing an increase of more than 300 percent in the number of premium increases over the last few years, while premiums for health insurance policies were up more than 800 percent.
In addition, the report pointed out that insurers in states like Georgia, which has the most expensive insurance market in the country at $18,000 per person per year, had seen premiums increase by $3,200 a year.
And insurers in Alaska, which also has the highest average premium for a family policy, had their premiums increased by nearly 2,000 percent.
The CBO report also noted how the increase in premiums could affect consumers and insurers, as they could be making a larger contribution to the overall health care costs of the nation, since the more expensive health insurance they pay for, the more they pay in for care.
This could make it harder for insurance companies to compete with the medical providers that are cheaper, and for insurers to compete on price with health care providers, as premiums will likely be lower.