Insurers, others were fighting rapid rise in NH health costs long before ACA
CONCORD, N.H. – Health care spending has increased faster and reached higher levels in New Hampshire than in most other states, but hospitals, insurers and others have been trying to tackle the problem long before the Affordable Care Act.
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