Public health insurance exchange decision support tools improved somewhat in year two open enrollment compared to year one, but still have a way to go, research shows.

Researchers from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania analyzed Healthcare.gov and 12 state-run exchanges by looking at data consumers would see before creating an account, commonly called the window shopping phase, as well as after creating an account and having their identities verified.

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