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Providers in pinch on health reform

Cost of coverage worries nonprofits

Marva Serotkin of the Boston Home in Dorchester expects another 30 to 35 employees to sign up for health benefits. Marva Serotkin of the Boston Home in Dorchester expects another 30 to 35 employees to sign up for health benefits. (JONATHAN WIGGS/GLOBE STAFF)
By Jeffrey Krasner
Globe Staff / January 17, 2007

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The state's landmark healthcare reform, which seeks to provide universal health insurance coverage, is creating an unexpected financial crisis for many clinics, nursing homes, and other healthcare providers. (Full article: 821 words)

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