SPOTLIGHT: What if people refuse to fall in line with healthcare reform?

Most people assume that with healthcare reform, everyone will opt to have insurance and therefore seek care routinely, Anthony Cirillo writes in Hospital Impact. But little is being said of the option to opt out of insurance or the types of coverage that will be available. Consider that people with high-deductible plans, even though insured, are now and will continue to opt to delay or skip care. Hospital Impact

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