New Analysis: Congressional Health Care Reform Proposals Would Offer Coverage to Many Without Insurance; Plan to Cover the Uninsured Through Medicare Reduces Health Care Spending By $58 Billion in 2010

Source: Sara R. Collins, Jennifer L. Nicholson, and Sheila D. Rustgi, Commonwealth Fund, Vol. 102, January 09, 2009

From the press release:
With health reform high on the agenda of the incoming Congress and President, a new analysis of legislative proposals–including the plans of President-elect Barack Obama and Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus (D-MT)–shows that several proposals already put forth could substantially reduce the number of uninsured Americans, and would either reduce health care spending or add only modestly to annual health care expenditures.

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