Republican health reform?
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Republican version of health care reform bill circulated last week would repeal the Federal Coordinating Council for Comparative Effectiveness Research, which was established by the federal stimulus package earlier this year to help determine priorities for the $1.1 billion that had been earmarked for comparative effectiveness research. The legislation is a significantly scaled down approach to reform compared to Democratic packages now moving through Congress; it is not viewed as a viable bill, but more of a political message that Democrats are taking on too much
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