- In accordance with a latest study by consulting firm Accenture, medical insurance premiums for 2023 could rise by as much as 10 per cent in some cantons.
- On average, no less than 5.4 per cent is required to cover the expansion of expenditure.
He writes in the present issue of NZZ on Sundays. There’s an analogous must capture premiums if real cost increases within the healthcare system are taken under consideration, the study said.
In accordance with the study, one reason for the necessity to hold on is that over the past two years, because of political pressure, premiums have been calculated more tightly and reserves have partially depleted. That is to stop premium increase. However the corona pandemic and various computer graphics have also contributed to the present situation.
The largest jump is imminent in Ticino
The premium is predicted to grow probably the most within the canton of Ticino in 2023. Because there health care costs rose 9 percent in 2021 but premiums fell 0.2 percent in 2022, Accenture expects premiums to extend by no less than 9.2 percent in 2023.
Nonetheless, these figures also don’t include cost escalation from 2022. In accordance with Accenture, figures for the primary few months of 2022 indicate a continued increase in health care costs: significantly higher premium increases ought to be expected in 2023,
The cantons of Neuchatel (+7.8 percent) and Graubünden (+8.1 percent) are also vulnerable to huge premium increases from 2021 to offset cost increases. The cantons of Glarus (+1 percent), Jura (+1.4 percent) and Nidwalden (+2.6 percent) should descend relatively frivolously.