N.J.'s largest hospital chain and Aetna may split, spurring patient bills to soar


TRENTON — Aetna, the second-largest health insurance company in New Jersey, notified 45,000 policy holders this month that unless contract negotiations improve soon with the state’s largest hospital network, patients will have to pay a lot more to use these facilities. The two-year contract between RWJBarnabas Health and Aetna will expire April 22, according to the…

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