Have questions about your health plan? Soon all you’ll have todo is check a label.

The Affordable Care Act requires that health insurance providersmake “coverage facts labels” available so that consumers canclearly understand what they’re getting with their health plan. Itwill have pricing information to compare health insurancepolicies.

But it’s not as simple as your typical label—the health insurance label will be at least two pages long. A newsummary of benefits form, which insurers will use to explain whatservices their policies cover, is also required.

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