Nashville-based HCA Holdings, the biggest investor-owned hospital system in the U.S., can be a harbinger of private health care trends. It benefited from the Affordable Care Act thanks to an influx of paying patients through 2015; but the company has also warned that the continuing uncertainty around Obamacare and a decrease in managed care plan membership could hurt earnings.
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