Jon Kingsdale

Executive Director, Commonwealth Connector

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Executive Director of Commonwealth Connector, which is leading the healthcare reformer in Massachusetts

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The cost of healthcare is rising all over the world, but nowhere faster than in the United States, even though more spending does not mean better health.

Healthcare, Insurance Companies and the Presidential Campaign

The cost of healthcare is rising all over the world, but nowhere faster than in the United States, even though more spending does not mean better health.

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