Cooperatives being pushed as an alternative to a government plan

Washington Post, August 18, 2009

As prospects fade for a public option as part of healthcare reform, key senators are considering member-owned, nonprofit health cooperatives to create competition for private insurers. Cooperatives, however, would face potentially greater difficulty getting off the ground and obtaining discounted rates from doctors and hospitals, some observers say.


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