SPOTLIGHT: Health reform might cut costs more than thought

Congressional healthcare reform proposals would cut costs more than previous analyses have shown, according to a new report co-authored by the Center for American Progress Action Fund and the Commonwealth Fund. The report, which takes into account the implications of research not reflected in previous analysis by the Congressional Budget Office and CMS, projects $280 billion more in deficit reduction over ten years. Article

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