You don’t always get what you pay for

By Joe Carlson The burning in his chest and aching in his arm told Charles, a resident of Kernersville, N.C., that he had to go to the hospital. But which hospital? Rather than check published data comparing hospital quality and costs, the computer analyst did what many Americans do.
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Health Website Woes Widen as Insurers Get Wrong Data

By Christopher Weaver & Louise Radnofsky Insurers say the federal health-care marketplace is generating flawed data that is straining their ability to handle even the trickle of enrollees who have gotten through so far, in a sign that technological problems extend further than th
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