Average Health Insurance Premiums Fell After Obamacare Took Effect, Study Says

You might not believe it’s true, but more cost less after Obamacare began, a new analysis claims.

The average premiums in the nation’s individual health insurance market “actually dropped significantly” in 2014, the year that the Affordable Care Act took effect, “even while consumers got better coverage,” according to two health-care analysts whose findings challenge a popular narrative about Obamacare prices.

“In other words, people are getting more for less under the ACA,” wrote Loren Adler and Paul Ginsburg in the article about their findings, published on the HealthAffairs Blog.

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