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Need a place to collect your thoughts before making your voice heard on national health care reform? Here are a few web sites worth perusing:

 Wikipedia’s surprising good presentation of the topic: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Health_reform
 “Setting the New HR Agenda” from SHRM (scroll to page 8): http://www.shrm.org/Advocacy/Documents/SHRM_leg-issues_FINAL.pdf
 Center for Health Transformation: http://www.healthtransformation.net/
 “Healthcare that Works: Answering President Obama’s Challenge of Finding What Works” http://www.healthtransformation.net/galleries/default-file/Full%20version%20-%20handout%20and%20best%20practices%201.25.09.pdf

Anybody know of any other concise, fair and balanced discourses focusing on solutions?

After you put your thoughts together, here’s a repeat of where Ann suggested making your voice heard: http://www.worldatwork.org/waw/community/discussions/discuss.jsp?did=7203

P.S. You do NOT have to be a dues-paying member of the World At Work total rewards association to participate on its online Community site. It is open to everyone and anyone, as far as I know.

Thanks, Paul, for the additional links and resources. I spent some time reviewing these and others, to get myself up to speed, before adding my thoughts to the WorldatWork discussion. It is an intimidating topic, but one that we must all get our heads around.

Thanks for the clarification, Jim. Yes - this is open to everyone and anyone.

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