Health care reform... again?

May 2012
American Nurseryman;May2012, Vol. 212 Issue 5, p33
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The article focuses on the health care reform in the U.S. According to the Health Insurance Institute of America, 15 states are joining other states that have passed measures that make it easier for small businesses to provide employee health-care benefits. It notes the plan of the governmental to slow the 12-percent-per-year escalation of health-care costs while expanding the availability of medical insurance.


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