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Christopher R. Anderson

Righting healthcare reform

By Christopher R. Anderson
March 31, 2008

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IN A NOVEMBER 2005 letter to the Legislature, more than 20 state business associations declared support for measures that would deliver healthcare cost controls to the state's ambitious reform efforts. After lauding measures like investing in electronic health initiatives and creating cost transparency at hospitals, the business leaders wrote, "Cost, after all, is the single biggest problem we face today ... (Full article: 696 words)

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