Shouldn't health insurance be treated like car insurance? If you get in an accident or make a claim, your rates go up. If you've never made a claim your rates go down.
After that being considered, a sliding scale based on age should be implemented.
I've never spent a night in a hospital since the day I was born and I've never made a major claim against a health insurance company, but I'm paying higher premiums than people half my age that have suited doctors and hospitals or made major claims against their insurance.
No wonder people get pissed off.