Insurance exchanges called key to healthcare puzzle
San Francisco Chronicle, October 21, 2009
Supporters of healthcare reform told senators that insurance exchanges are a critical part of proposed healthcare legislation for small businesses, which are cutting jobs and coverage to keep up with insurance costs. Legislation approved by the Senate Finance Committee would create insurance exchanges that supporters say would aid small businesses by spreading risk among a greater number of participants. The result, they said, would be lower premiums.
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