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Physicians, hospitals meet their new competitor: Insurer-owned clinics

By The Wall Street Journal  
   February 24, 2020

Some of the largest health insurers are capitalizing on recent massive deals by steering patients toward clinics they now own, controlling both delivery and payment for health care. The trend creates worries for rival doctor groups and hospital companies that have invested deeply in buying up physician practices, which now increasingly compete against offerings from insurers.

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