Mass. Health Plan Gets High Marks From Most Residents
Eighty-four percent of surveyed Massachusetts residents say they are satisfied with the state's health coverage law, which requires most adults to have health insurance and resembles the federal health reform law, according to a poll released by the Massachusetts Health Connector. The poll also found that low-income individuals used the emergency department roughly the same amount as other residents.
- "Massachusetts Health Plan Gets High Marks: Poll" (Gralla, Reuters, 3/10).