The reformers in the Governor's Mansion

Molpus, Jim
November 2007
HealthLeaders Magazine;Nov2007, Vol. 10 Issue 11, p36
The article stresses the need to commend any governor in the U.S. who is willing to enter a serious dialogue about fundamental healthcare reform and come up with a plan. It notes that the Cover Tennessee proposal of Tennessee Governor Phil Bredesen promotes low-cost plans for employees and emphasizes preventive care. It applauds Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger for recognizing that 6.5 million uninsured people in California represent an economic threat that needs a risky proposal.


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