Health Coalition’s Cost-Cutting Pledge Needs Five-Year Target – Orszag
The Obama administration wants to wait no more than five years for private health care stakeholders to make good on their pledge to collectively reduce health care cost growth by 1.5 percentage points annually, according to recent comments by White House Office of Management and Budget Director Peter Orszag
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