Who says that health care is strictly a national issue? Chris Rants, who is seeking the Republican nomination for the office of governor in the state of Iowa, is on the stump with four ideas for addressing health care costs: electronic records for all within four years; paying hospitals for quality and not simply number of services; creating a state Web site that lists prices at various hospitals; and medical malpractice reform.

(Cross-posted from State House Call.)

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