(HawaiiNewsNow) - It's a good bill of financial health for HMSA, which covers 688,625 Hawaii residents. In the April to June quarter, dues revenue was 518 million and spending was 517 million. Leftover was a little under $700,000, side investments generated another 4 million.
The 2nd largest local health insurer is Kaiser, which had 266 million quarterly revenue. Expenses came within about a million of that, so Kaiser's in the black, too.
If the rest of the year is like this, it could mean smaller rate increases to come.