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Innovations in financing, delivery of care are needed to close gaps, experts say
But government study also shows uninsured accounted for almost 1 out of 5 ER patients
Fixing health insurance first; cooking with whole foods
Theories vary as to why, but experts say consequence can be severe
Further erosion of private insurance could boost the ranks of the uninsured
Study finds these units of excellence no better, more costly, than other hospitals
Insured or not, patients forgo medical needs twice as often as others, study finds
Public concern over cost, availability of care could lead to real change, experts say
Trillion-dollar program won't address longer-term needs and generational conflicts.
Lung Association report says feds and most states neglect preventing tobacco-caused illness.