VHI losing €8m per month from price hike delay

Health insurance firm VHI is losing out on around €8 million a month in premium income by postponing plans for a price increase.

13th September, 2008

Health insurance firm VHI is losing out on around €8 million a month in premium income by postponing plans for a price increase.

Based on previous increases and official figures for inflation in the health sector, industry sources said they would have expected VHI to have gone for a 9 per cent price increase by now. It is understood that the state health insurer was going to proceed with a price increase before a Supreme...

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