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Open Enrollment 2016… Can the Exchanges Be Saved? And Other Trending Questions

By STEVEN FINDLAY It’s open enrollment season—the annual period in which tens of millions of consumers wallow in the misery of health insurance choices and costs.  So, let’s pause to reflect on the status of things—enrollment-wise—with employer coverage, Medicare, and the exchanges.  In particular, do consumers have better tools these days to help them choose
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