Lec 120 - Massachusetts' Pioneering Role Continues: Mapping a Path to Cost Containment. The Forum at HSPH Five years ago, Massachusetts became the first state in the nation to require that residents have health insurance. The legislation served as a model for national leaders, including President Barack Obama, as they hashed out and passed the U.S.healthcare law. This panel discussion -- Massachusetts' Pioneering Role Continues: Mapping a Path to Cost Containment -- followed a talk given by Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick on healthcare reform at an event by The Forum at Harvard School of Public Health. April 28, 2011
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