Medical bill More restrictive“narrow network” plans expose people to larger out-of-pocket costs,less access to out-of-network specialists and hospitals, and“surprise” medical bills. (Photo: Shutterstock)

As a breast cancer survivor, Donna Catanuchi saidshe knows she can't go without health insurance. But her monthly premium of $855 was too high toafford.

“It was my biggest expense and killing me,” said Catanuchi, 58,of Mullica Hill, N.J.

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