SPOTLIGHT: Can reform be good business for providers?

Initially, many power blocs within the healthcare industry were fearful that reforms would take millions--if not billions--out of their pocket. Now, however, as the Obama administration's plans become clearer, it's seeming more likely that they can calm down a bit. In fact, some providers believe that if reform takes the guise of universal health coverage, it could actually improve their bottom lines substantially. Article

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