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premium content For NJ health care pros, daunting questions loom: Effects of legislative reform, new expansion and preventative care top of mind

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Coming off a generally progressive year, New Jersey's health care industry — providers, insurance companies and hospitals — still face a host of critical questions in 2018: Is value-based care sustainable? Can independent hospitals survive? How will Gov.-elect Phil Murphy deal with individuals who are left uninsured after the federal government's slashing of the individual mandate? And, how can New Jerseyans get some relief from some of the highest health care costs in the country?

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