Health coverage for workers shot up big time this year. Employers had to pay an average of 9% more which was TRIPLE the growth in 2010. On average, a premium family plan cost $15,073 with single employees growing 8 percent and costing $5,429. It never ends. I thought the new health care law was supposed to LOWER costs? These lowlife companies gouge and gouge and no one does a thing. They have successfully removed competition by merging and buying each other up and not allowing people to shop across state lines. How about a Nobel prize for the person who finds how to make that industry more brutally and viciously competitive with each other?