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Various Models of Reform

It’s been theorized that Obama’s reforms will come in small stages, not a dramatic leap, but will almost certainly include increased governmental control over the health care industry in the realm of finance and delivery. While those involved in reform are debating the mest methods to take, they are looking to certain key states as models. Massachussetts for example has long been in the spotlight for it’s universal type health care approach. While it has flaws and problems, certain positive elements can be taken from it. Indiana on the other hand is using a savings based plan to help reduce the number of uninsured. Finally, Florida is introducing consumer choice and incentives into Medicare, which could potentially affect the structure of other government funded plans. Which model has the most merit? Or will the country be best served by using features of each model combined into a better working plan?


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