PROVIDENCE – Annual check-ups and acute care for urgent illness don’t keep people healthy long-term, so Rhode Island’s Office of the Health Insurance Commissioner mandated increased local primary care spending between 2010-2014, slowing health care cost increases to 1.6 percent annually, among the lowest in New England. Christopher Koller, R.I. health insurance commissioner from 2005…
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