Senate witnesses call for cost-containment

With senators going ahead on health reform before President-elect Obama gets into office, discussions have already started about what is necessary. Witnesses have been testifying in particular about the need for cost-containment in addition to universal health coverage. However, they have noted that universal coverage models should be developed in tandem with cost containment, since the full effects of cost containment will take some time to show. Article

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