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States are the best laboratories for healthcare reform

Madison, Wis. - Barely 15 years ago, with the nation locked in a work versus welfare debate over mending the torn safety net for the poor, one state embarked on a different journey. Its plan linked public assistance to reasonable time limits and work requirements, thus creating incentives for needy families to climb out of poverty.

That state was Wisc......

Full article >>> mlining eligibility practices for BadgerCare and Medicaid to ease enrollment problems, which have kept thousands of eligible children outside the system.

Establishing a purchasing pool for businesses to buy catastrophic healthcare for their employees.

Encouraging use of electronic health records, which help to ......

Full article >>> omepage&L=1&L0=Home&sid=massgov2">Massachusetts, and Vermont are expanding coverage to children, creating incentives for small businesses to provide coverage, using the tax code to broaden tax deductibility for healthcare costs, or trying a mix of strategies.

Hundreds of billions of dollars, and maybe more, could be spent at the federal level to re......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 02/08/07


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