Reform law to shift but not reduce health care spending

Health reform will shift U.S. health care spending, reducing Medicare costs and putting more money in the private sector, government analysts said. The law will likely slightly increase overall spending but will have the biggest effect on payers and providers. A separate study found most American adults remain confused about the health reform changes and when they are to begin.

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