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Diagnosis for Healthy S.F. uncertain after reform
San Francisco Business Times

Healthy San Francisco, the near-universal care program for the uninsured in San Francisco, was put forward as a model for national reform. But it’s not clear how “healthy” the program is financially — or exactly how the new federal health care overhaul will affect it. City officials say 51,000 of San Francisco’s estimated 60,000 uninsured residents are enrolled in the plan, which isn’t health insurance, but a promise of care.