Insuring Your Health: Federal Rule Allows Higher Out-Of-Pocket Spending For One Year

Kaiser Health News consumer columnist Michelle Andrews writes: "Starting next year, the Affordable Care Act sets maximum limits on how much consumers can be required to pay out-of-pocket annually for their medical care. But some people with high drug costs may find the limits don't protect them yet" (Andrews, 6/11). Read the column.

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