Nancy Kane

Professor of Management, Harvard's School of Public Health

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Professor of Management at Harvard's School of Public Health

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The hour has arrived for debate on healthcare reform to begin in the US Senate.  No Republican voted to bring  the bill  to the floor, and Majority Leader Harry Reid needed every…

Another Landmark for Healthcare Reform

The hour has arrived for debate on healthcare reform to begin in the US Senate.  No Republican voted to bring the bill to the floor, and Majority Leader Harry Reid needed every…

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With a  House bill  already passed and the Senate beginning debate on  its version  today, healthcare reform is closer to reality than it's been in decades. But it won't be easy.

Another Landmark for Healthcare Reform

With a House bill already passed and the Senate beginning debate on its version today, healthcare reform is closer to reality than it's been in decades. But it won't be easy.

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