Have health reform plans ignored wellness?

Members of Congress have certainly churned out a lot of paper in the name of reform, and have touched upon many important health system issues in their debate. Still neglected, however, is the potential impact of focusing on wellness, some critics argue. In fact, some advocates would like to see Congress require employer-sponsored health plans to cover more wellness and prevention strategies. Article

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