Thursday, September 9, 2010

Health Reform Neutral on Spending

The NY Times says a new report says that health reform will neither increase or decrease spending on health care, but more than 32 million people who don't have insurance will have it as a result of reform. I consider that a win.

However, WaPo says the same report says that costs will increase under health reform. But they will increase more slowly.

I guess we'd better find and read the report, which comes out in the journal Health Affairs today.


UPDATE: The article in Health Affairs is here. It's not very long. Read for yourself and be your own judge. J

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