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Hospitals stress cost cuts saving billions

By Liz Kowalczyk and Robert Weisman
Globe Staff / July 22, 2010

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Massachusetts hospitals say in a new report that they have substantially slowed the rise in their costs in the past 18 months, saving insurers and employers billions of dollars, and showing that they do not deserve all the blame for skyrocketing health insurance premiums. (Full article: 774 words)

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