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7/13/2006: Statistical Brief: Changes in Co-pays for Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance Plans, 1999–2003 (PDF) (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality [HRQ], U.S. Department of Health and Human Services [HHS])
6 pages. Excerpt: While the majority of enrolled employees (57.0 percent) had a physician co-pay of more than $0 but less than or equal to $10 in 1999, by 2003 most employees (60.8 percent) paid more than $10 but less than or equal to $20 for a physician visit.
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