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Our national health care challenges often look different at the local level. Safety net programs in our region offer help to those who have little or no access to care. But implementing these programs, and identifying who needs help, can be a complex process. Our health care series continues as we explore the challenges involved with identifying and reaching out to local people without insurance.
- Kristin Langlykke Director, Alexandria Neighborhood Health Services
- Kathleen Westcoat Baltimore HealthCare Access
- Peter Beilenson County Health Officer, Howard County, Md.
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