Yes.. they claim their experience has been greater than projected.
Makes one wonder... aggressive pricing would capture a large market... after the customers have bought in... they either exit with no claims paid (profit in years past), or they pay up because they are locked in or enough invested that it is difficult to view it as a sunk cost.
I am in a group plan. Different insurance company. The rates are fairly low. If it goes up 40%... it will still be a fraction of the cost of individual policies I have compared on quotes.
Still... as with any health care service (and consequently costs)... they are rising rapidly. Premium will track the cost.