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November 15, 2017
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The New York Times, Nov. 13, 2017
Today's AIS Health Datapoint
189 ... plans on the federally-facilitated marketplace have a medical deductible greater than $5,000. 43.91% are bronze, and an additional 24.34% are expanded bronze.
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Quote of the Day
 “One of the problems in the individual market is the turnover rate. It’s not unusual for clients to see a 20% to 40% change in their risk pool during open enrollment. We’re advising our clients to be much more acute in evaluating the risk pool.”
— Ashraf Shehata, a principal in KPMG’s health care life sciences advisory practice in Cincinnati, tells Health Plan Week.

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