Arizona's mid-sized health plans grew substantially last year, with enrollment up 24 to 30 percent for several players. The state is also becoming a popular proving ground for insurers piloting Medicare special needs plans for chronic conditions; pay-for-performance programs are getting a tepid response; and Arizona's state-run plan for small businesses faces an uncertain future.


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