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“It is worth noting that the greatest direct practice enrollment decline since 2013 has been in plans that cost $76-$100 per month while the greatest enrollment increase has been in plans that cost less than $50 per month. …consumers who can’t buy health care coverage on the Exchange, such as undocumented immigrants …”

Source: Wash. State OIC Report, Dec. 2015; Table 2 on page 13, 20

“You have to stop thinking like a doctor. This is not about doctoring. This is about getting to know people.” ~Barbara Moran, president of Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program and a member of the Boston University School of Medicine’s general medicine division

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