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Health care in upstate New York: A template for the nation

February 15, 2014
By ART WINGERTER , The OBSERVER

When it comes to financing and delivering high quality health care, other parts of the country can look to upstate New York for a primer on how it should be done. A higher percentage of the population here has health insurance coverage than the state and the nation. Scale is what makes our region a valid case study. Our portion of Upstate - stretching from Utica to the east and Buffalo to the west, and from Binghamton to the south and the Adirondacks to the north - has a population larger than 28 states.

 
 

 

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