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Hospitals Seek to Help Consumers Pay Obamacare Premiums
Kaiser Health News Link to more items from this source
Aug. 14, 2014
"Some hospitals in New York, Florida and Wisconsin are exploring ways to help individuals and families pay their share of the costs of government-subsidized policies purchased though the health law's marketplaces -- at least partly to guarantee the hospitals get paid when the consumers seek care. But the hospitals' efforts have set up a conflict with insurers, who worry that premium assistance programs will skew their enrollee pools by expanding the number of sicker people who need more services."

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