A Nevada Health Plan -- Without The Insurance

Capital Public Radio's Pauline Bartolone, working in partnership with Kaiser Health News and NPR, reports: "Shelley Toreson had health insurance for years, but not anymore. Instead, she is part of an unusual Nevada nonprofit that helps connect 12,000 uninsured residents to doctors and hospitals who are willing to accept a lower-cost, negotiated fee for their services. 'The cost just kept going up and the coverage kept getting less,' says Toreson, 62, of her old insurance" (Bartolone, 8/14). Read the story.

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