CBO Doubts Aside, Wellness And Prevention Look Strong In Health Reform
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The case for wellness and prevention playing a role in health care reform remains strong despite Congressional Budget Office doubts about whether associated cost savings are quantifiable, stakeholders say
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