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Well, there is an easy solution there. If you have high care costs and cannot afford your out-of-network co-insurance, then go in network.

What if the network is very limited and 50 miles from your house, even though there are providers closer to your house that aren't included in the exchange?

I have found detailed information in New York, but they set up their own exchange (and appear to have done a very good job). It is tougher to find information about plans in some states that use Healthcare.gov. I have found more detailed info about exchange plans on some health insurance company web sites in those states.

Is that right. I just went to their website, clicked on "employer" and typed in a valid zipcode


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https://nystateofhealth.ny.gov/employer/

Same thing happened at 4am only they said they would have that data available at 8 am

Here are your options in the mean time
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/10/26/your-money/health-insuranc...

Or you can go to a cupcake store or car service, if you want to waste even more time

http://www.democratandchronicle.com/story/VoteUp/2013/10/30/...
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