Insurance bargain-hunters may miss out on subsidies

Wall, J. K.
December 2013
Indianapolis Business Journal;12/9/2013, Vol. 34 Issue 41, p3A
The article focuses on the zero premium health insurance of Indiana residents that can cause them to be ineligible for cost sharing. It states that in the Obamacare exchanges, paying $300-$700 premiums per year can help consumers to get single-coverage health plans. It mentions that the Obamacare cost-sharing subsidies enable to increase medical bills percentage that health plan pays for customers with less than 250% of earnings.


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