Reform Could Strain Community Health Centers

Kaiser Health News reports that federally-qualified community health centers, which have seen their caseloads increase significantly with the growing number of uninsured Americans and the economic tumult of the recent recession, appear to be in line for a major rise in federal support and likely a corresponding crush in patients seeking treatment if a health care overhaul is passed (Villegas, 8/7).

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