Healthcare reform may not give the federal government direct authority to regulate health insurance premiums, but it does require health insurers seeking “unreasonable” health insurance premium increases must publicly disclose and provide justification for their health insurance rates to consumers, state regulators and the federal Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). Federal officials haven’t . . . → Read More: Healthcare Reform: What Do You Think Health Insurance Companies Should Have to Disclose About Health Insurance Premiums?