Al Gobeille, the chair of the regulatory board overseeing health care reform says we are living in “two Americas” where some with employer-provided health care pay little and do not understand the concern while others are uninsured or on employer plans with high deductibles and co-pays. The Burlington businessman discusses changing how doctors and hospitals are paid and efforts underway to control health care costs. Click here to listen.
Gobeille discusses ‘two Americas’ on WDEV’s Mark Johnson Show
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