Hospitals trying their hand at insurance provider business
As doctors, businesses and individuals around the country are adapting to the sweeping changes enacted under the Affordable Care Act, some hospitals are getting in on the provider game.Self-insurance plans are cropping up at hospitals that put the financial risks on employers for providing benefits to their workers. Hospital officials say they can offer competitive pricing as providers to small business owners as many predict higher premium costs in the coming years.
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