Healthcare forum focuses on chronic illness
Working to prevent and manage chronic disease was one of the key themes at the third in a series of forums on healthcare reform being held throughout the country. The session, held in Wisconsin, touched just occasionally on tough issues such as expanding coverage for the long-term uninsured and restructuring the way in which doctors and hospitals are paid, according to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.
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