Comments from Richard Besser, MD, on Models for Consideration Under the 1332 Waiver Program of the Affordable Care Act

The following comments were submitted by Richard Besser, MD, RWJF President and CEO, on models for consideration under the 1332 Waiver Program of the Affordable Care Act.

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