Commonwealth Fund

The Commonwealth Fund was founded in 1918 as a philanthropic organization with the mandate, “Do something for the welfare of mankind”, Anna Harkness. The Commonwealth fund operates nine program areas, Health Care Quality Improvement and Efficiency, State Innovations, Quality of Care for Underserved Populations, The Future of Health Insurance, Patient-Centered Primary Care, Child Development and Preventive Care, Quality of Care for Frail Elders and the International Program in Health Policy and Practice. The Commonwealth Fund publishes related articles, reports and free newsletters. Media Inquiries are welcome

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30 million women to benefit from health reform law

Thirty million women will benefit from the new health reform law over the next decade, either through new or strengthened insurance coverage, according to a new report from The Commonwealth Fund. In the first analysis of ...

dateJul 30, 2010 in Health
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