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The need for narrow networks in Indiana

The Rand Corporation recently looked at actual claims data for employer sponsored coverage in the state of Indiana. They were primarily looking at hospital costs. The short finding is that there was massive variation in charges with some hospitals charging just a bit more than Medicare rates and other hospitals being paid three, four or […]
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