Healthcare policy in an Obama administration: Delivering on the promise of universal coverage
During the campaign, U.S. Sen. Obama pledged to implement multiple changes in our healthcare system. He talked about cost reduction, health information technology, personalized medicine, transparency and public health programs. However, a bold pledge of universal access was central to his proposals. In this report, issued just days after the November 2008 election, the Health Research Institute examines Obama’s proposals and takes an in-depth look at Massachusetts, where many of the tenets of Obama’s reform have already unfolded.
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