With open enrollment set to begin in October, many Americans will be offered a certain number of choices when they pick a provider under the new state healthcare exchanges that are part of the Obamacare program.
The problem, some experts say, is that the number and quality of those choices will vary a great deal from state to state and they may not be as helpful, in some cases. In places like California, where there will likely be as many as 13 options to choose from, that will help to keep things honest and affordable. But in Maine, where there will probably be only two companies available, it would appear not much will change for residents in terms of cost savings and quality of care.
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