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An overview of health insurance changes arriving in 2011

With the New Year right around the corner, it's a good time to take a brief moment and get up to speed on health insurance coverage changes going into effect in 2011.

In the this video, Kaiser Health News columnist Michelle Andrews explains some of the more significant changes affecting lifetime insurance limits, keeping children insured and new high-risk pools. She also touches on the topics of rising health costs and some misperceptions by consumers about health reform laws.

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