How much are consumers actually paying for insurance now that Obamacare is here?

That's what private exchange operator eHealth wanted to find out. And with its new research, it found unless you have subsidies, health insurance on the individual market is much more expensive under PPACA.

On Wednesday it launched the eHealth Price Index, "the first and only tool of its kind that tracks on a daily basis the average monthly cost of individual and family health insurance for plans based on applications submitted nationwide through eHealth," the company said.

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