Man on chess board bringing more employer-subsidized purchasers into the individual market could stimulate more innovation and competition among insurers. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The commercial health insurance market traditionally been divided into three segments – individual, small group and large group. A new study from the Commonwealth Fund suggests that removing these boundaries may increase consumer options.

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