One Fifth Of Adults Of Working Age In The USA Have No Health Insurance. Part 3 of 3

One Fifth Of Adults Of Working Age In The USA Have No Health Insurance – Part 3 of 3

Sara Collins, defect president of the Program on Affordable Health Insurance at the Commonwealth Fund, said the low rate of uninsured in Massachusetts portends what health mind reform will bring about for the entire country. “The universal coverage law in Massachusetts is so similar to the new national health care reform law it really points to what the new redo law is likely to achieve across all states when it is fully implemented”. The federal law will be go fully into effect in 2014. “Going forward, you are not going to see the big drop-offs in coverage as you take in this recession”.

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