Correspondence between Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City and Kansas Insurance Department officials shows that the insurer wanted some fixes to the Affordable Care Act but was also wary of the possible financial consequences of Republicans dismantling it.
Correspondence between Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City and Kansas Insurance Department officials shows that the insurer wanted some fixes to the Affordable Care Act but was also wary of the possible financial consequences of Republicans dismantling it. File photo
Correspondence between Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City and Kansas Insurance Department officials shows that the insurer wanted some fixes to the Affordable Care Act but was also wary of the possible financial consequences of Republicans dismantling it. File photo

There’s more to Blue KC’s Obamacare exit than just financial losses

June 06, 2017 01:04 PM

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