Anticompetitive behavior from insurers, providers harms patients

In an op-ed in the Detroit News, George Pantos, executive director of the Healthcare Performance Management Institute, expressed dismay about the wave of mergers triggered by the healthcare reform law. As insurers and providers take steps to limit competition, ordinary patients lose out, he writes. Article

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