Officials reveal price tags for exchange-bought health insurance

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Officials have released the pricing structure for health insurance plans bought through the health care exchanges that will open Oct. 1 -- and some people could wind up paying substantially more for their coverage. Officials say that's because the exchange-bought plans will provide better coverage should people fall ill. "It doesn't make sense to compare just the number the person was paying; you have to compare the value people are getting," said Gary Cohen, a top regulator at the Department of Health and Human Services.

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