Kaiser study finds shortcomings in Massachusetts insurance programs
New York Times, September 3, 2009
Massachusetts' nearly three-year-old experiment in trying to insure almost everyone has been closely watched for evidence to inform the national healthcare debate. Now a study from the nonprofit Kaiser Family Foundation shows the effort has not provided much help to people whose employers offer coverage that is unaffordable or inadequate.
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