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Commonsense Solutions to the ER Problem
A recent report revealed that individuals in Massachusetts are still heading to the emergency room for non-emergencies, even though that troubling practice was supposed to decrease with universal health care coverage. Anya Rader Wallack, interim president of the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Foundation and Executive Director of the Massachusetts Medicaid Policy Institute, explains how a few simple changes in health care delivery can begin to fix this complex problem. More
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