New York Times

12 May 2014

Narrow networks, or those featuring a limited group of hospitals and doctors, are being embraced by health insurance companies as a way to control costs and manage care. And despite the backlash that attempts to implement limited choice was met with back in the early 1990s, insurers insist that things are different this time. As Jeff Hoffman, partner in Kurt Salmon's health care practice, told the New York Times, “You’re going to see this as a dominant strategy."

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