By Monica E. Oss "Health insurers as we know them will be dead by 2025" – That was the headlines on Reuters news service last year, summarizing an interview with the always controversial Ezekiel Emanuel, M.D., former Special Advisor for Health Policy for the Director of the Office of Management and Budget. Dr. Emanuel said, “We will have large integrated delivery systems, like Kaiser, that people will choose from, and we will get our care from them. I call it Kaiser-fication.” But before everyone jumps for joy (a natural reaction given the Harris survey results that found only seven percent of Americans trust their health…
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