Among the economic and political challenges facing the United States today, none is more significant - yet difficult to resolve - than the complex puzzle of how to reform the delivery of health care services. A consensus appears to have been reached that reform should extend health care coverage to all Americans, while restraining the growth of costs, maintaining the quality of care and continuing the high level of innovation in the industry.
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