HealthPocket: 2015 Obamacare Rate Filings Reveal Out-of-Pocket Cost Changes

July 2014
Insurance Broadcasting;7/14/2014, p1
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The article focuses on an economic analysis by HealthPocket, a website that compares health insurance plans, for out-of-pocket costs in public rate filings for Affordable Care Act plans within nine states in the U.S. Topics discussed include changes in expenses for deductibles and other out-of-pocket costs, information on different health insurance plans such as silver plans, and views of HealthPocket's head of Research and Data Kev Coleman on insurance premiums.


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