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    Six things to know: How health execs might benefit from Trump’s plans




    Regardless of the outcome of current merger challenges, Harry Nelson, managing partner of the healthcare law firm Nelson Hardiman LLP, expects to see some additional consolidation among insurers, which should lead to even greater negotiating power. “The bottom line is that plans will be able to dictate terms and rates to doctors and hospitals because plans will control access to patients, by and large, and because Trump is handing insurers more of the regulatory reins,” he says.


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