SPOTLIGHT: Public favors reforms emphasizing 'shared responsibility'

Well, it does indeed appear that Americans are ready to look at some form of universal coverage. However, they seem to like approaches best where employers, individuals, government and insurers share in carrying the cost of such coverage, according to a new study published in Health Affairs. Article

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