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Forbes (11/11) contributor Bruce Japsen writes that when consumers “enroll for 2016 health coverage via exchanges under the Affordable Care Act, they are less likely to find a preferred provider organization (PPO) plan, which could limit their doctor and hospital choices.” About two-thirds of carriers that offered PPO plans in the exchanges last year “‘reduced the number of PPO plans they offered or stopped offering PPO plans altogether for 2016,’ according to a new analysis Share to FacebookShare to Twitter out this month from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Kathy Hempstead.”
Modern Healthcare (11/10, Subscription Publication) also reports on the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation report.