Expanding Access to Health Care in the US: Different Models for Reform

With nearly 47 million Americans lacking health insurance, expanding coverage has become a key political issue. What models are emerging as the most promising? Does one size fit all? What are the critical similarities and differences? Which are the most fiscally viable? What role should the states play vs. the federal government, and what is the proper balance between public and private involvement?

Festival: 2007

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