Survey shows Mass. health care law meeting key goals

06/3/2008 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Massachusetts' effort to create universal health care coverage in the state has met key goals, including reducing the number of uninsured adults by more than half, a new survey shows. Researchers say since the 2006 law took effect, state residents also are paying less in out-of-pocket health care costs and low-income adults are more likely to get regular check-ups and see a dentist.

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