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Deloitte: PPACA changes might breed more changes

The consultants see many possibilities for group health plan enrollment. (AP Photo/New York City Opera, Carol Rosegg)
The consultants see many possibilities for group health plan enrollment. (AP Photo/New York City Opera, Carol Rosegg)

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 (PPACA) could either cut enrollment in U.S. employer-sponsored group health plans just a little or cut it a lot.

Analysts at the Deloitte Center for Health Solutions have published PPACA forecasts based on those possibilities in report on what the U.S. health care system might look like in 2020.

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