Panel on Pennsylvania health reform focuses on price tag
Panelists at a healthcare forum agreed that Pennsylvania's healthcare system has serious gaps, but they had little consensus about how to improve it. The discussion repeatedly turned to the question of how much it will cost to expand insurance coverage, and who would pay for it. The goal of the Health for Life community forum was to look for ways to advance healthcare reform in the state.
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