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Women, younger individuals, and individuals who experienced an increase in either premiums or cost sharing are more likely to seek information on health care costs, quality, and access in order to make informed decisions.  Additionally, people with a higher level of education are also more likely than those with less education to research information, according to the Employee Benefit Research Institute.

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