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10/6/2004: Your Health, Your Money: a Weekly Check on Health Care Costs and Coverage (The Washington Post; subscription may be required)
Excerpt: What's new in health insurance for 2005? For most people, that depends heavily on which plans their employer is sponsoring. And insurers are saying that businesses continue to favor plans that shift costs onto consumers. With federal workers also receiving more such options, pressures -- or incentives, if you prefer -- are growing for people to limit their medical expenses.
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