Evidence suggests that consolidation among health systems leads to higher prices for services and stable or lower quality of care.
A public option supported by an increasing number of Democrats is meeting pushback from hospital groups.
Prices for commercial health care in metropolitan areas are on the rise, but usage of care is falling in the same areas
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