There is currently debate about whether New Jersey should set up its own state health insurance exchange, how much consumer representation should be on the governing board, and how to determine which health plans can be part of the exchange. In its continued efforts to be a strong voice for all consumers of health care, AARP in New Jersey commissioned a survey of residents ages 18 to 64 to gauge their opinion about these health insurance exchange issues.
Key findings included:
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