Every state needs a database with all health insurance claims, not just some

(By John Freedman for STAT)

California spends approximately $367 billion a year on health care. That’s more than the gross domestic product of South Africa or Denmark. It’s more than the state spends on six years of K-12 education, or 23 years of transportation. In other words, it’s a lot. Many say it’s too much. Continue reading article here…

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