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Bookends for Reform

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

The boundaries of the health care reform debate for 2009 are evident in a bipartisan coalition of four senators (two Democrats and two Republicans) who have identified some of the fundamental components of any successful reform effort. Moving the access point for primary care out of the emergency rooms is one of the fundamentals.

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