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Some health networks drop elite hospitals

Once unthinkable, now a trend as costs soar

By Liz Kowalczyk
Globe Staff / April 17, 2010

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Health insurers are starting to sell policies that largely bar consumers from receiving medical care at popular but expensive hospitals such as Massachusetts General and Brigham and Women’s — a once radical idea that is gaining traction as a way to control soaring health care costs. (Full article: 1105 words)

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