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Partners offers $40m to ease rates

Part of Murray bid to cut premiums; Providers asked to donate $100m

By Kay Lazar and Liz Kowalczyk
Globe Staff / April 14, 2010

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Partners HealthCare, whose Boston teaching hospitals have been blamed for helping to drive up medical spending, is offering $40 million toward reducing double-digit health insurance rate increases for small businesses, part of a broader package that will be unveiled today by Senate President Therese Murray. (Full article: 1057 words)

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