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Insurers take first steps to change how doctors, hospitals are paid

A nationwide initiative to make the fragmented and costly health care system more efficient could affect the more than 340,000 people in Wisconsin enrolled in Medicare Advantage plans. (JOURNAL SENTINEL, 4/27)

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