Both the Senate and the House versions of the health care reform bills are 2,000 page unindexed monstrosities, making it extremely difficult to locate provisions of interest. The Sunday, January 10, 2010 edition of the Pittsburgh Post Gazette, reports that a retired business professor, Doug Lowry, has written a program allowing searches of the Senate and House bills on a free website, I have tried this and the results are impressive, but be forewarned that generic searches for items such as “improving quality health care” will still produce dozens of hits; 98 hits to be exact for that phrase.