How Healthcare Reform Benefits Missouri Families
What Reform Will Mean to Missouri
Why Missouri Needs Health Care Reform
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-- Federal Health Care Reform will provide access to quality, affordable health care for an expected 374,000 Missourians who are currently uninsured by 2013 and up to 600,000 Missourians by 2019. [Center for American Progress, 7/31/2009] -- 92,800 Missouri seniors will have access to comprehensive prescription drugs to help them stay healthy and active. [Missouri Budget Project, 8/9/2009] -- 88,302 Missouri small businesses may be helped with tax credits and affordable options for health care for their employees. [Healthreform.gov, accessed 8/31/2009] -- Health insurance reform will put caps on how much an insurance company can charge for out-of-pocket expenses, helping 35,100 Missouri households struggling with skyrocketing expenses. [Healthreform.gov, accessed 8/31/2009] -- Health insurance reform will also put an end to denying coverage based on a person's health, helping the 9% of Missouri residents with diabetes, and the 29% with high blood pressure. [Healthreform.gov, accessed 8/31/2009]
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