States Establish Frameworks for Health Reform

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A handful of states have either developed recommendations for broad health system reform or are working toward the creation of such recommendations. The Oregon Health Fund Board and the HealthFirst Connecticut Authority have spent the past year constructing plans for health system change with an eye toward immediate legislative action. Ohio and Oklahoma released similar recommendations on a smaller scale while the Utah legislative Task Force released draft bills. Arkansas is on the path toward formulating a plan to rework its current health system.

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