Obama administration narrows rules for patient health-care appeals

By Amy Goldstein, The Washington Post

The Obama administration tinkered on Wednesday with recent rules that provide patients more clout in disputes with health insurers, altering the standards in ways that disappointed leading advocates for health-care consumers.

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