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  1. The Experts Were Wrong About the Best Places for Better and Cheaper Health Care

    Do areas that spend less on Medicare also spend less on health care over all?

    http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2015/12/15/upshot/the-best-places-for-better-cheaper-health-care-arent-what-experts-thought.html?em_pos=small&emc=edit_up_20151218&nl=upshot&nlid=71936802&ref=headline&_r=0

    Well, a new study is forcing experts to rethink what they know about health costs.

    Hope Hetico RN MHA

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  2. 7.1 Million Marketplace Enrollees Are Receiving Cost-Sharing Reductions

    Kaiser Family Foundation recently released an analysis of federal cost-sharing subsidies for ACA marketplace plans. Here are some key findings:

    • 12.2 million people selected a 2017 ACA marketplace plan.
    • 7.1 million 2017 enrollees are receiving cost-sharing reductions.
    • Subsidies lower medical and prescription deductibles by as much as $3,354.
    • Subsidies reduce annual out-of-pocket maximums by up to $5,587.
    • Average silver premiums would need to increase by 19% without federal subsidies.
    • Premium changes range from 9% in North Dakota to 27% in Mississippi.

    Source: Kaiser Family Foundation, April 6, 2017

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