The governor, attorney general, and state auditor yesterday afternoon announced their picks for a new commission that will set health care spending goals for the state and track providers’ progreess in staying within the target. The 11-member board, made up of people with deep histories in health care policy in Massachusetts and nationally, will play an unprecedented role in the state’s health care market. The commission will meet for the first time Friday at the State House at 9:30 a.m.
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