[cnn-photo-caption image= http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2009/POLITICS/10/13/health.report.fallout/art.johnkerry.gi.jpg caption="Sen. John Kerry, D-Massachusetts, is a member of the Senate Finance Committee."]
WASHINGTON (CNN) - They're angry and fighting back with full force.
The White House, Democrats and health care experts are blasting a new insurance industry trade report that finds that health insurance premiums for the typical American family would increase by $4,000 by 2019 under a key Senate overhaul plan.
The analysis by America's Health Insurance Plans indicates that under the Senate Finance Committee plan - spearheaded by Democratic Chairman Max Baucus - the costs of private health insurance would rise by 111 percent over the next decade.
Under the current system, costs would rise by 79 percent, the report said, and premiums for individuals could rise by an extra $1,500 if the Baucus plan is implemented. The report was conducted by the firm PricewaterhouseCoopers.
The committee passed the long-awaited $829 billion health care bill by a 14-9 vote Tuesday.