Health insurance companies and hospitals are working to make it easier for people to get health insurance, even as a growing number of people find that the health care they receive is not always as comprehensive or comprehensive as they hoped.
A new survey by the Commonwealth Fund finds that the vast majority of health insurance plans sold in the US do not provide the same level of coverage for coverage as the coverage that was previously available to people.
Health insurance plans purchased by the average US household this year totaled about $7,000, according to the survey released Wednesday by the fund.
The survey found that a lot of plans that are offered by health insurers do not cover as much or more than what is currently available in the marketplace.
The survey found about 40 percent of people were paying more than $100 for coverage this year.
That compares with 22 percent of those who were paying less than $50 and 23 percent of the people who were not paying at all.
But most of the health insurance choices are still very limited.
While most plans sold this year provide coverage for about 70 percent of a person’s income, the average plan covers only about 36 percent of an individual’s income.
About a third of plans offered this year do not offer coverage at all for an entire year.
Health insurers are scrambling to find ways to attract more customers who do not have insurance, as the costs of insurance continue to climb.
A Kaiser Family Foundation poll released last week found that the share of people who have health insurance fell to 30 percent in 2017 from 41 percent in 2016.
Health care costs are increasing at a faster rate than income, with the average cost of health care for a family of four increasing from $9,100 to $17,600 between 2017 and 2018.
This increase is driven by the higher cost of drugs and medical devices, as well as the fact that the government has been increasing its Medicaid spending, which is helping to keep health care costs down.
Health and human services secretary Tom Price, the architect of the Affordable Care Act, has been working to expand coverage for low-income people.
Price is leading the charge to expand insurance to the uninsured, who are often more vulnerable to medical bills, while also trying to create incentives for people who are currently uninsured to sign up.
Price has also been working on improving the quality of care for people with pre-existing conditions, which has helped people who already have coverage.
The Commonwealth Fund survey shows that some health insurance options are offering better coverage than the ones that were offered previously.
But the survey also found that there are still lots of plans available to a lot more people than there were last year.