SPOTLIGHT: Reforms ignore problems of the insured


Most, if not all, of today's crop of health reform proposals assume that their objective should be to bring health insurance to as many uninsured consumers as possible. However, some experts beg to differ. They suggest that low- and middle-income Americans may have it worse in some respects--struggling with hing high co-payments, limited time to visit doctors and provider practices that discourage adequate care. Article

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