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New York health exchange plans get average 7.1% rate bump

By Bob Herman  |  August 03, 2015

Health insurance premiums on New York's state-run exchange will go up by an average of 7.1% next year. But rates differ greatly by payer, plan type and region, highlighting the difficulties of relying on crude averages.

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