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Key Findings: Narrow network plans on the health insurance marketplaces allow consumers to trade-off lower premiums for a more restricted choice of providers. This study finds that, all else being equal, an individual consumer is saving 6.7 percent of premiums, or between $212 and $339 a year, on a typical plan.
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Date Posted: 09 December 2016