The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has released premium numbers Wednesday under the Affordable Healthcare Act.
Beginning October 1st, you will be able to shop for coverage through national- and state-administered exchanges. A benchmark health care plan in Georgia will cost an average of $304 a month when purchased on an exchange. Consumers will be able to puck from 4 levels of coverage, from bronze to platinum.
To take a look at what uninsured people will have to pay for federal health insurance, click here. The plans differ depending on how much coverage each person wants/needs.
Many of you have sent us your questions when it comes to changes coming to healthcare. We're taking those questions to experts and will be sharing their answers every Thursday at 5:00 p.m., starting this Thursday. You can still send questions to email@example.com.
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