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What does health care reform mean to Ohioans?

Posted by db last modified July 19, 2010

The Health Policy Institute of Ohio (HPIO) provides a fact sheet and other resources describing statistics on the uninsured in Ohio in addition to the potential effects of new health care legislation on Ohioans.

The Health Policy Institute of Ohio (HPIO) has released several informative resources for citizens, researchers and policy makers describing the effect of new health care legislation on Ohioans.

new fact sheet provides statistics on uninsured children and adults in Ohio. A timeline of the anticipated rollout of health care reforms is illustrated, easy to follow and very intuitive.

Also, a detailed slide set extends the information in the fact sheet, with charts that provide economic trends, the breakdown of the anticipated users of various health care insurance products, the growth of Medicare and Medicaid, and the expansion of national health care costs with and without health care reform.

The Health Policy Institute of Ohio is located in downtown Columbus. More information on HPIO can be found here (click link).

 


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