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eHealth, Inc., believes that affordable health insurance should be widely available through the free market. We monitor legislation relating to health insurance and work to contribute to the dialogue by providing research and recommendations to lawmakers, the media, think tanks and other key influencers.

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December 09, 2009 | Categories: <unknown>

The Cost & Benefits of Individual and Family Health Insurance Plans 2009

The objective of this report is to provide a nationwide perspective on cost and benefit trends in the individual health insurance market, based on an analysis of a large, geographically distributed sample of eHealthInsurance purchasers and products. The first Cost and Benefits of Individual Health Insurance Plans report was issued by eHealthInsurance in 2001. Licensed in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, eHealthInsurance is one of the few organizations with national source data that can best reflect consumer buying patterns and purchase prices in the non-group health insurance market

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