Cincinnati City Council to vote on CincyCare health plan
Business Courier of Cincinnati, October 15, 2008
A Cincinnati City Council committee has endorsed CincyCare, a program to provide health coverage for up to 2,000 people who are working but lack health benefits. The program would use Cincinnati health clinics to provide primary care, health screening, and a limited prescription benefit to employees of Cincinnati-based companies. Cincinnati Councilman John Cranley has been working on the program for more than a year with a group of local health insurers, hospital and foundation executives.
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