Some of the nation’s most foremost authorities on health economics and policy learned a painful – and ironic – lesson about their respective area of expertise recently when they were forced to pay more for their health care in 2015.

But even with these higher expenses, they’re still receiving far more generous benefits than plans sold on the public exchanges: 91% percent of the cost of services, in fact, vs. 70% of the actuarial value of popular silver-plated HIX coverage.

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