Many insurance exchange plans restrict provider networks

Nearly half of all proposed health insurance exchange plans examined in a McKinsey & Co. analysis were health-maintenance organizations or similar plans, and many others have networks that limit the choices of doctors and hospitals. That could force some people to choose between switching doctors and paying out of pocket, consumers and experts say.

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