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MVP unveils merger plan

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MVP Health Care and Hudson Health Plan announced Friday they have agreed to merge into one company, largely to bolster each other’s organizations within a rapidly changing health care landscape. The two not-for-profit health plans have operated in the same circles for decades, despite their headquarters being nearly 150 miles apart. MVP, based in Schenectady, and Hudson, based in Tarrytown, began talking about a merger last year. “This combination brings together two mission-driven, community-oriented companies ...


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birmy
May 11, 2013
11:18 a.m.

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Now health insurance won't cost $15,000-$20,000 for a family plan. A family plan in 1991 cost $2,000. The cost of health care has got nothing to do with the cost of schools, state employment, police, fire or municipal workers. Right? A teacher assistant in at least 50% of districts can cost more in health insurance than salary. <<< believe it. Obama's plan to tax insurance if it costs more than $24,000 will never happen because we all know insurance will never get that expensive. Right?

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