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Biden Administration and the Affect on Massachusetts Health Care

January 22, 2021 Media Mentions
Boston Business Journal

On January 22, Boston Business Journal published an article, "Here's how a Biden administration will affect Mass. health care," explaining local health care experts' high hopes for President Joe Biden's administration and how it will improve the state and Affordable Care Act. Health care attorney Jim Roosevelt was quoted in the article, "He is going to move quickly, I believe, to improve the subsidies for people who qualify for care through the marketplaces, including the Connector (Massachusetts' online health insurance marketplace). I think he will move quickly to try to settle the gaps in Medicaid (coverage)."

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