'Doc Shock' Reaches the Masses
In December, I predicted that "doc shock" was going to be a major problem for the U.S. health-care overhaul, as people found out that the narrow networks insurers use to keep premiums low often don't cover the top-notch doctors you'd like to see if you get really sick:
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