The long effort to develop an effective cost-containment law for the Massachusetts health-care system has entered a worrisome phase. With just two weeks left in the Legislature’s formal session, a conference committee is reportedly making little headway on resolving critical differences and arriving at compromise legislation. The committee must put aside egos and pride of authorship and focus on crafting realistic, light-touch legislation that promotes cost containment goals without over-reaching.
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