All rights reserved.. $1.3 billion in Detroit hospital upgrades could get up health costs A new report suggests that $1.3 billion in upgrades to hospitals in Detroit could get up health care costs. Workers and employers may end up paying for these tasks with higher medical health insurance premiums, according to the report, today by the National Institute for HEALTHCARE Reform released, a Michigan nonprofit developed by the UAW and the automakers. The research was conducted by the Centers for Studying Health System Change. Among the tasks cited is the proposed $850 million update to the Detroit Medical Center’s hospitals – – spending that depends on the DMC’s sale to for-profit Vanguard Wellness Systems – – and Henry Ford Health’s planned $500 million investment to build up land south of its Detroit medical center.Administration officials would not even say if indeed they believe they will enroll 6 million people, as projected by the non-partisan Congressional Budget Workplace . The Washington Post: Speed Of Health Exchange Enrollment Slows In February, Figures Display The pace of which Americans signed up for health plans slowed last month in the fledgling federal government and state insurance marketplaces, according to new government numbers showing that slightly less than 1 million people signed up for February. The National government said 943,000 People in america selected health plans, in comparison to 1.in January 2 million.