By: Beau Boughamer
KCRG-TV in Duqubue, Iowa ran a story on the health reform debate, using Crescent Community Health Clinic as the setting. Visiting the health center was U.S. Rep. Bruce Braley (D-IA).
Representative Braley says the version of the bill the House passed includes specific changes.
It would allow young adults to stay on their parents insurance until they are 27 years old, right now the cut off age is 22.
He says the reform would also mean better reimbursement rates for doctors who treat Medicare patients.
“A two-year study is going to move us from a fee for services model to one that rewards quality over quantity,” Braley said.