Are Health Care Reform Cost Estimates Reliable?

Jul 31 2009

Since the end of World War II, major health care reform proposals have generally always cost more—sometimes significantly more—than the highest cost estimates published while the legislation was pending.

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  • Are Health Care Reform Cost Estimates Reliable?

    Since the end of World War II, major health care reform proposals have generally always cost more—sometimes significantly more—than the highest cost estimates published while the legislation was pending. Are_Health_Care_Reform_Cost_Estimates_Reliable__July_31_2009.pdf (404.9 KBs)