Medical leaders wary of healthcare overhaul's cost
As the debate in Washington heats up, Massachusetts healthcare and business executives warn that two goals of the Obama administration—expanding insurance coverage and controlling spending—may prove incompatible. And as Massachusetts strains to deal with the increasing costs of its successful healthcare program, they raise questions about who will pay for the projected $1 trillion cost on the federal level.
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