Early analysis finds that average premiums among benchmark Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act plans will fall slightly next year in 16 major cities.

According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, premiums for PPACA's silver plans will fall by an average of 0.8 percent in these cities when open enrollment begins Nov. 15.

Premium changes vary from a 15.6 percent decrease in Denver (to $211 per month) to an increase of 8.7 percent in Nashville (to $205 per month).

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