Boston Globe, June 30, 2010

A high-ranking regulator who in April criticized the state’s cap on health insurance premiums was concerned about the financial health of Fallon Community Health Plan, a document released yesterday said.The document, filed in connection with Fallon’s appeal of a Division of Insurance ruling freezing its rates at 2009 levels, said Deputy Insurance Commissioner Robert Dynan knew Fallon had sustained significant losses on plans covering individuals and small businesses.



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