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House Reform Bill Uses Medicare As Negotiated Rate Floor In Public Plan

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., achieved her goal of prodding House leaders to develop a unified health reform bill but did not get quite get the public plan option she sought: the bill contains a public plan option using rates negotiated by HHS, but not based on Medicare pricing

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