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David Morales

David Morales

Commissioner, Division of Health Care Finance and Policy

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Next Tuesday, the Division of Health Care Finance and Policy and Attorney General’s Office will be holding a three-day series of public hearings about health care cost trends. During the hearings providers, payers, policy-makers, employers, consumers, and the public will talk about the factors contributing to the unsustainable growth in the state’s health care spending and strategies to mitigate health care cost growth.

The hearings are open to the public and will be held on Tuesday, March 16; Thursday, March 18; and Friday, March 19 at UMass Boston. Members of the public are invited to give oral testimony on the afternoon of Friday, March 19. For more information, check out the Public Health blog.

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