N.Y. releases health insurance premiums

07/17/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Premiums for individual health insurance policies sold through New York's Affordable Care Act exchange have been released. Although it is difficult to make comparisons with currently available plans, it appears costs will be lower than current premiums, regulators announced. About 17,000 N.Y. residents buy their own health insurance, but that number could reach 615,000 over the next few years with 75% eligible for subsidies, state officials say.

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