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Seeking Lower Prices Where Providers Are Consolidated: An Examination Of Market And Policy Strategies

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Seeking Lower Prices Where Providers Are Consolidated: An Examination Of Market And Policy Strategies

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Seeking Lower Prices Where Providers Are Consolidated: An Examination Of Market And Policy Strategies

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Seeking Lower Prices Where Providers Are Consolidated: An Examination Of Market And Policy Strategies

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Chevy Chase: The People to People Health Foundation, Inc., Project HOPE

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Health Affairs, 2014, Vol.33 (6), p.1067-1075

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TN_cdi_proquest_journals_1534525381

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English

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Chevy Chase: The People to People Health Foundation, Inc., Project HOPE

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The ongoing consolidation between and among hospitals and physicians tends to raise prices for health care services, which poses increasing challenges for private purchasers and payers. This article examines strategies that these purchasers and payers can pursue to combat provider leverage to increase prices. It also examines opportunities for gove...

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Seeking Lower Prices Where Providers Are Consolidated: An Examination Of Market And Policy Strategies

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TN_cdi_proquest_journals_1534525381

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0278-2715

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1544-5208,2694-233X

DOI

10.1377/hlthaff.2013.0810

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