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To Keep Obamacare Viable, Insurers Are Restricting Access To Doctors

Health plans with an “extra-small network had a monthly premium that was 6.7% less expensive than that of a plan with a large network” on exchanges under the Affordable Care Act, University of Pennsylvania researchers say.
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