What Does CBO Report Mean for Healthcare Reform?
The impact of the new Congressional Budget Office report on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act could range from damning to rosey.
While the initial reports may have suggested another further plight for the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, a closer look suggests that while the law hasn't reached its intended coverage numbers, it's impact on our budget deficit is less then when the law was passed by Congress and it may provider certain current full-time workers more flexibility in their decisions about if and how much to work.
Read the full report on Becker's Hospital Review.
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