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Three men on a podium Rod Hochman of Providence St. Joseph, Michael Neidorff of Centene, and Ron Rittenmeyer of Tenet talked about health policy today in New York, at a health care conference organized by S&P Global. (Photo: Allison Bell/ALM)

The heads of two major hospital groups and one of the biggest U.S. health insurers said Wednesday that they hope policymakers in Washington will work on improving the current, Affordable Care Act-based system, rather than tossing the current system out and starting over.

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