Minnesota healthcare changes spur access worries
Physicians and Republican legislators say that bills to create massive changes in Minnesota's healthcare system could drive small hospitals and clinics out of business and harm patient care. One proposal drawing criticism would require providers to set a single price to treat patients with some chronic conditions—at least for public employees and those on Medicaid and other state health programs.
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