Last time we introduced “narrow networks”, and this time we’ll explore some of the pitfalls and potential problems with these plans.
Narrow networks have become increasingly popular since the ACA, particularly in the Exchange markets, as they allow insurers to offer lower prices based on more heavily negotiated rates. Plans contract selectively with doctors and hospitals who charge lower prices or have a track record of treating illness less expensively.
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