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March 23, 2010

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Christian Caicedo

Thank you for an informative blog about what is coming down the road for healthcare delivery and the community as a whole. My question for the administration is what is being done to creat greater access for these new heathcare consumers? Is there going to be greater incentives for medical students to choose primary care over a more lucrative specialty? The avereage medical student graduates with a $250,000 loan. Are we incresing the number of medical school seats to help address the shortage of doctors in the US?

ROBERT KING

I am receiving benefits from and insruance plan which the employer pays part of the premium. Under this act will those benefits come to me in the form of a 1099 to be included in my tax return. Does it make a difference if i am a retired Federal employee or a former memeber of the armed services

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