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Monday, 11th January 2010

How Do They Compare? New and Updated Resources on the Senate and House Health Reform Bills

How Do They Compare? New and Updated Resources on the Senate and House Health Reform Bills
Source: The Commonwealth Fund

As key details of the health system overhaul are negotiated in Congress, The Commonwealth Fund is pleased to offer a new report comparing the health insurance provisions of the separate bills passed by the Senate and House of Representatives, as well as new updates of two earlier Fund reports examining the proposals and their potential impact;

+ The Health Insurance Provisions of the 2009 Congressional Health Reform Bills: Implications for Coverage, Affordability, and Costs (new)
+ Starting on the Path to a High Performance Health System: Analysis of Health System Reform Provisions of Reform Bills in the House of Representatives and Senate (updated)
+ The Comprehensive Congressional Health Reform Bills of 2009: A Look at Health Insurance, Delivery System, and Financing Provisions (updated)


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