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Apr 27, 2010 Health Reform - New Burdens for Small Business Health care reform is now the law of the land, and the rollout has begun. If the law stands without major revision, only time will tell how it ultimately affects health care costs, coverage, and quality. Like everyone else, I have my own thoughts, but opinion and forecast must give way to reality. Costs & Economic Analysis | Health Policy | Health Reform
Apr 20, 2010 Centering - Better Health Care Without Higher Costs Eight months pregnant, Elvira, 28, was poised, articulate and confident through a two-hour prenatal class. Then she formed a circle with 10 other mothers-to-be, caught a skein of bright pink yarn a nurse tossed to her, and burst into tears of gratitude. Hospitals | Women & Children
Apr 13, 2010 The Medical Community's View on Health Reform Our country recently took an historic and long overdue step toward health system reform. While the new law is not perfect and more still needs to be done, this sweeping reform package will greatly benefit America’s patients and their physicians. Health Policy | Health Reform
Apr 6, 2010 Health Care Reform: We’ve Really Only Just Begun On March 23, President Obama signed the Affordable Health Care for America Act. This legislation will go down as one of the most significant pieces of social policy legislation that Congress has ever passed. Sure, the legislation isn’t perfect—no law ever is—but it expands coverage to 32 million Americans Health Policy | Health Reform