Health Care

Obamacare Prices: Competition Lacking in Some Exchanges


The drafters of the Affordable Care Act imagined vibrant marketplaces that would give consumers options from many insurers. So far, competition is limited: 40 percent of Americans live in counties with three or fewer companies selling Obamacare policies, leaving them more wireless carriers to choose from than health plans.

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Tozzi is a reporter for Bloomberg Businessweek in New York.

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