Steps Next President Can Take To Improve Health Care

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The U.S. over the next 10 years could reduce health care costs by $1.5 trillion, expand health insurance to more residents and improve quality of care through widespread reforms to eliminate inefficiencies and increased taxes, according to a report released on Tuesday by the Commonwealth Fund, the Los Angeles Times reports. According to the Times, the report, which seeks to "provide a menu of options" for the next president, includes 15 reforms taken from the major presidential candidates and others, many of which "are likely to stir controversy."

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