The Affordable Care Act has expanded health insurance coverage, but many consumers — including those with employer plans — are finding healthcare unaffordable, according to the nonprofit Commonwealth Fund. In this photograph, Madelaine Carrazana 46, discusses Obamacare services with an insurance agent in February.
The Affordable Care Act has expanded health insurance coverage, but many consumers — including those with employer plans — are finding healthcare unaffordable, according to the nonprofit Commonwealth Fund. In this photograph, Madelaine Carrazana 46, discusses Obamacare services with an insurance agent in February. PATRICK FARRELL MIAMI HERALD STAFF
The Affordable Care Act has expanded health insurance coverage, but many consumers — including those with employer plans — are finding healthcare unaffordable, according to the nonprofit Commonwealth Fund. In this photograph, Madelaine Carrazana 46, discusses Obamacare services with an insurance agent in February. PATRICK FARRELL MIAMI HERALD STAFF

Survey: Healthcare unaffordable for many even with insurance

November 19, 2015 07:01 PM

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