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Costs are the biggest concern for opponents of healthcare reform. They’ve done the math — additional healthcare consumers means care that’s both more expensive and harder to come by. As many as 3-in-4 consumers who are not big fans of healthcare reform share that concern — 30% of those consumers suggested it’s their greatest concern, according to an exclusive survey of nearly 800 patients conducted by AccentHealth and DSN in late July and early August. A reduction in care quality was concern No. 2 (62%), and a lack of choice over which practitioner to see was concern No. 3 (58%). And little more than half were more concerned about the big picture — healthcare reform will make America go bust. But at least they’ll still be covered — only 22% said they were concerned their employers would stop the coverage.
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Source: AccentHealth. To view the methodology, click here.