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How to Get a ‘Bigger, Better’ Insurance Plan in 2018

Consumers may be tempted to consider using their existing insurance company to buy a plan with more coverage and more benefits, but the same is not true for many of the largest insurers, according to a new report.

According to data from insurance brokerage Aviva, the average consumer in 2018 was offered three plans, one of which offered three separate benefits and four different plans for the same amount of money.

Consumers in the top three plans in the 2017-2018 insurance year, according the Aviva analysis, were Aviva Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alabama, Blue Cross of Georgia, and Aetna.

Consumers with less coverage, or those who had a low-income status, were offered three individual policies, three family policies, and one group policy.

These plans are called catastrophic, limited-duration, or limited-benefit plans, and are often purchased by people who have a low income status or who are not eligible for any health insurance benefits.

In 2018, the American Medical Association’s American College of Emergency Physicians estimated that consumers would have to spend nearly $10,000 per year to get coverage through these plans.

However, Aviva’s data suggests that if consumers were able to sign up for the plans offered in 2018, they would save a little over $200 per year, a savings of nearly $500 per year over the average premium in 2018.

The data also suggests that the vast majority of people who use Aviva would be able to save more than $600 per year.

Aviva says the data also helps explain why people choose to use their existing employer-sponsored health insurance plan instead of using their own health insurance.

For example, if a consumer is covered by their employer’s health insurance, they could opt to go with their employer plan if they didn’t have the financial resources to sign-up for the individual plans.

But if a person has a high deductible, or does not have enough money to pay for a family plan, the individual or family plans are likely better.

This may be because Aviva has found that most people who get health insurance through their employer can afford to pay the full deductible, but they don’t have enough resources to pay out the full cost of the individual plan.

Avivia says that it also suggests consumers consider other factors such as whether they want to work in an office setting or in a hospital setting, as well as the cost of an individual plan, whether or not the coverage is affordable, and whether or no it is covered in their state.

The Aviva study comes as the health care industry has been grappling with rising premiums and rising deductibles, and it could impact the cost-sharing reductions that have been offered to insurers for a number of years.

For consumers who are already paying the full premium, the new data also provides some insight into why they would choose to switch to a cheaper insurance plan and possibly a higher deductible.

“In 2018, many consumers may be more willing to pay a premium that is significantly lower than what they would pay if they opted for the lower-cost, higher-deductible plan offered by their employers,” Aviva analyst John Zullo wrote.

“This suggests that consumers may also be more likely to choose a plan that offers more benefits and lower out-of-pocket costs, and that these benefits and savings are more likely than lower out of pocket costs to offset their premium.”

According to the Avivio report, the number of people choosing to switch from a catastrophic, low-deduction plan to a catastrophic plan is up 40 percent since 2014, from 6.2 million people to 7.2,000 people.

But while consumers who opt to switch are more inclined to switch, a large number of these people would also switch to an individual policy, rather than a group policy, if the coverage was offered in their area.

The new data does suggest that consumers might prefer a higher-cost plan, but it also provides insight into the reasons why consumers may opt to choose either individual or group policies.

Consumers can also choose to shop around and choose the most affordable coverage.

The most affordable plan in 2018?

Individual policies from Aviva and Humana.

The cheapest plan in the country?

A group policy from Aetah.