Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont continues to dominate commercial enrollment in the state, with No. 2 player Cigna battling for market share in a state with a low uninsured rate. Although the overwhelming majority of Vermont's Medicare beneficiaries receive coverage through traditional Medicare, competition among Medicare Advantage carriers is increasing. Meanwhile, the state's health insurance exchange will see premiums rise in slightly in 2021.


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