Health care reform is not so bad, the public seems to be thinking. As this fall's elections approach, Time magazine suggests that people are so concerned about the economy that health care will not be much of an issue.
Mike Dukakis's fingerprints are all over Gov. Deval Patrick's efforts to contain medical costs, says Boston Globe columnist Steve Syre.
Sounds a little like the problem of high prices at Partners: Bloomberg Business Week writes about a California health care giant with hefty fees, and how health care reform may actually create more cost monsters.
This program aired on August 20, 2010. The audio for this program is not available.