Hilltop Institute In the News

National health care reform is expected to save Maryland $829 million over the next decade and provide coverage to nearly 350,000 people — reducing the number of uninsured in the state by half, according to a report released by state officials Monday.
The cost analysis was calculated by the Hilltop Institute. The institute said they used conservative estimates and that costs could change over time.

The article, “Health care reform: Maryland to save $829 million, insure 350,000 new people under national reform,” ran July 26 in the Baltimore Sun.

The Hilltop Institute was featured in similar stories in the Washington PostCNBC and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Daily News Digest on Health Policy.


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