Outlines the most challenging issues facing people with special health care needs. There is a need for the Medicaid Infrastructure Grants and other grants to identify cost effective strategies for providing access to coverage for individuals with chronic conditions.
Otto, B., Salley, S., Hall, Jean, P., & Himmelstein, J. (2009, November). Impact of current health care reform proposals on people with chronic illnesses. Health & Disability Advocates. Available at http://www.nchsd.org/library/file.asp?id=300779
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