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Consumer Voice Critical for Successful Health Reform

(October 2006) Across the states, the number of people without health insurance is alarmingly on the rise, and a growing concern for many communities.

Findings from a recent study by Community Catalyst, demonstrate consumers as key advocates in successful health reform at the state level. The report, “Consumer Health Advocacy: A View from 16 States,” interviewed more than 200 local and state-level leaders, and offers recommendations for building stronger, more informed consumer voice to successfully inform the state health care debates.

Community Catalyst, a grantee of the Kellogg Foundation, is a nonprofit national advocacy organization based in Boston, MA.

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