Insurers’ plan seeks to curb rising costs of healthcare
Boston Globe, December 4, 2007
The Massachusetts Association of Health Plans proposed a wide-ranging set of recommendations intended to help control rising premiums and provide consumers with more information about why rates go up. The package includes ideas that seem intended to place the blame for rising healthcare costs on doctors and hospitals.
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