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“When the change is this close,” one panelist said, “it’s worth figuring out.” So a group representing activists, big business, policy-makers, doctors and activists spent Sunday trying to do just that, as they contemplated how to fix Connecticut’s broken health care system.

The panel, at the Yale School of Management, was a Connecticut-specific part of a weekend health care reform conference sponsored in part by the Universal Health Care Foundation of Connecticut. Though the push for universal care and a single-payer plan was discussed, panelists and attendees also suggested other vital but less comprehensive reforms.

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