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According to a HealthMine survey of consumers with sponsored health insurance, 39 percent of whom say their plans don’t offer them a tool to help them predict how much their care will cost them. (Photo: iStock)

It stands to reason that if you know how much something is going to cost you, you can make better decisions about whether and how to pay for it.

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