In this post, I offer my sense of how the House and Senate health reform bills compare on their public health provisions. Before submitting my scorecard so far, there are some programs/details not covered in my earlier posts (16 and 26 December) that should be mentioned. Clinics Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs). Both bills would […]
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