(By Julie Appleby for NPR)
The Affordable Care Act may be struggling with its own success.
Record enrollment over the last two years brought more consumers into the health insurance market. At the same time, many insurers began offering smaller networks of doctors and hospitals, partly to be price competitive. Continue reading here…
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