It should be no surprise the way we buy health insurance is changing.
By Joshua Hilgers|February 21, 2012 at 09:16 AM
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Technology has changed the way we’ve done many things over the last 10 years. The way we listen to music, get news, communicate with each other, pay bills and even make “friends” have all seen dramatic impacts. So it should be no surprise that the way we purchase health insurance is changing as well. Americans purchasing their own insurance have already been taking advantage of the new tools and shopping platforms that technology has enabled, but soon, the way we buy insurance will experience a fundamental change that will affect the majority of Americans. In addition to new innovations and inevitable market forces, government legislation will also be a major catalyst that will usher in these changes.
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