Gov Exchanges Beat Broker Exchanges in Obamacare & Medicare Insurance Markets

May 2014
Insurance Broadcasting;5/7/2014, p22
Trade Publication
The article reports on a study which examines several insurance plans, premiums and deductibles in Obamacare and Medicare insurance markets. Government and broker exchanges for health insurance found government exchanges had more health insurance options than found on exchanges operated by two major brokers working in the Obamacare and Medicare health insurance markets. HealthPocket Inc. performed exchange comparisons across 11 major U.S. cities for both health plans.


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