Experts fear time slipping away on major health reform

01/28/2009 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Some health care experts now doubt whether major health care reform can be launched in the first 100 days of the Obama administration, due to the economy; the absence of Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass.; and a lack of participation in the discussion from the U.S. House. Key senators and the White House say health care reform is still a major priority, but some experts say a large-scale package could take more time and may miss the window of opportunity open in the early days of a new presidency.

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