Major changes to health care reform law unlikely
from HealthLeaders Media
The 2010 midterm elections brought about speculation that a GOP-controlled U.S. House of Representatives would take great effort to derail, or at least attempt to modify, the health care reform package. According to health care industry leaders, the latter appears to be more plausible but not completely assured. Anders Gilberg, the Medical Group Management Association's vice president for public and private economic affairs, reiterated that a bill challenging health care reform, even if it got through the House of Representatives, would not make it through the Senate. "And it certainly would not make it past the president's veto pen."
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