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Reports and Studies
Options for Controlling the Cost and Increasing the Efficiency of Health Care
Congressional Budget Office examines reform alternatives in March 2009 study . . . more
The Tier 4 Phenomenon: Shifting the High Cost of Drugs to Consumers
High costs can put specialty drugs out of reach for many consumers, AARP finds in March 2009 study . . . more
14,000 Losing Coverage Every Day: A State-by-State Breakdown
A March 2009 analysis of the effect of growing unemployment on health care coverage by the Center for American Progress Action Fund . . . more
2009 Business Roundtable Health Care Value Comparability Study
Health care costs are putting U.S. companies and workers at a competitive disadvantage in the global market, according to a February 2009 report released by Business Roundtable . . . more
Kaiser Reports on Dual Eligibles
Kaiser Family Foundation analyzes health care coverage of nation's 9 million "dual eligibles," those people who can receive both Medicare and Medicaid benefits, in two February 2009 reports . . . more
Kaiser Health Tracking Poll - February 2009
Survey by Kaiser Family Foundation finds that more than half of Americans have cut back on health care within the past year because of cost concerns . . . more
Options for Expanding Health Insurance Coverage and Controlling Costs
Congressional Budget Office examines reform alternatives in February 2009 study . . . more
The Costs of Doing Nothing: What's at Stake Without Health Care Reform
November 2008 slideshow from AARP makes economic case for health care reform . . . more
Evidence on the Costs and Benefits of Health Information Technology
Congressional Budget Office presents findings on health IT to Congress in July 2008 . . . more