The Affordable Care Act continues to shape the country's health insurance marketplace, and, according to researchers, to sometimes create "narrow networks." Associated Press and Stanford researcher Paul Wise explains that not only are certain hospitals and doctors are left out of plans, but that specific categories of care may be as well, including comprehensive cancer centers, children's hospitals and pediatric specialists.
Tom Murphy, Business Writer, the Associated Press
Patrick Johnston, President and CEO of the California Association of Health Plans
Jerry Flanagan, Attorney with Consumer Watchdog
Dr. Paul Wise, M.D., Richard E. Behrman Professor of Child Health and Society and Professor of Pediatrics and Health Policy at Stanford University School of Medicine
Harlan Levine, Chief Executive of the City of Hope Medical Foundation