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Health Insurance Literacy and Health Insurance Choices: Evidence from Affordable Care Act Navigator Programs

@inproceedings{Myerson2018HealthIL,
  title={Health Insurance Literacy and Health Insurance Choices: Evidence from Affordable Care Act Navigator Programs},
  author={R. Myerson},
  year={2018}
}
  • R. Myerson
  • Published 2018
  • Business
  • Consumers frequently make poor choices related to health insurance, such as signing up for dominated plans (in which they pay more for equivalent or worse coverage) or failing to enroll in Medicaid (which provides coverage free of charge). Billions of dollars of federal funding were spent on programs to help consumers understand their health insurance options and enroll in health insurance after the Affordable Care Act, but little is known about the effects of these programs. In particular… CONTINUE READING

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