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Healthy S.F. plan’s enrollment up 24%
San Francisco Chronicle

Like any thriving 3-year-old, the city’s universal health care program is bounding along. A new annual report for 2009-10 shows Healthy San Francisco, created in 2007 as the first of its kind in the nation, is having positive effects on patients’ health and the city’s bottom line.

There are currently 53,400 city residents enrolled in San Francisco, a 24 percent uptick from last year.