Weighing Health Plans: The Devilish Details (NYT)

A very useful article appeared on Dec 21st, 2013 in the NY Times and many may have missed it (as I did)!  It described in detail the choices of plans offered by the ACA.  A good read before you get started!

Weighing Health Plans: The Devilish Details, by Tara Siegel Bernard.

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About D. Posnett MD

Emeritus Prof. of Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College
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One Response to Weighing Health Plans: The Devilish Details (NYT)

  1. John Hooker says:

    A very useful article indeed. My take: focus on the maximum out-of-pocket expense for a given plan and try to keep that sum available. Coming from the Swiss health care private insurance system, co-insurance appears unnecessarily complicated. Therefore, I would suggest to stick to the above when choosing a plan.

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