President Obama talks about health care during a town hall meeting in August 2009 in Grand Junction, Colo. While he credited the community with low health-care costs, new data shows private health payments there are high. Some large employers have started working closely with a smaller hospital in town that offers lower prices rather than the large one that dominates the market.
President Obama talks about health care during a town hall meeting in August 2009 in Grand Junction, Colo. While he credited the community with low health-care costs, new data shows private health payments there are high. Some large employers have started working closely with a smaller hospital in town that offers lower prices rather than the large one that dominates the market. Ed Andrieski Associated Press
President Obama talks about health care during a town hall meeting in August 2009 in Grand Junction, Colo. While he credited the community with low health-care costs, new data shows private health payments there are high. Some large employers have started working closely with a smaller hospital in town that offers lower prices rather than the large one that dominates the market. Ed Andrieski Associated Press

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