Consumer Checkbook’s Health Plan Comparison Tool allows users to compare plans on Cost, Risk, Quality, Doctor availability, and other features. In addition, the tool provides basic information on each plan such as its name, what kind of plan it is, the monthly premium after any available subsidy, and the plan’s deductible. The cost ratings displayed provides information on how much a consumer is likely to pay for premiums after deducting any subsidy, plus out-of-pocket (unreimbursed) medical expenses. Information on health plans in the following states are included: District of Columbia, New Jersey, New Mexico, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Vermont.
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