The Reagan administration's fiscal year 1988 budget: undermining the health of older Americans : a report, Volume 4
Claude Pepper, United States. Congress. House. Select Committee on Aging. Subcommittee on Health and Long-Term Care
U.S. G.P.O., 1987 - Aged - 10 pages
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$30 billion 1988 HEALTH BUDGET 23 million needy 25 percent 30 million uninsured 50 percent Administration's proposal Alabama BUDDY MacKAY Americans become eligible BEN ERDREICH billion by 1992 budget proposals capital costs Carolina BRUCE F CHRISTOPHER H chronically ill elderly cian assistant CLAUDE PEPPER current beneficiaries current law cuts deductible doctor elderly and disabled elderly's eligible for Medicare enacted Federal Medicaid payments Federal payments financed fiscal year 1988 Florida NORMAN SISISKY Guam health care costs health research HELEN DELICH BENTLEY ical IKE SKELTON Impact incomes JAN MEYERS Jersey CLAUDINE SCHNEIDER Kansas BEN BLAZ long-term MARY ROSE OAKAR Matching rates Medi Medicaid program Medicare beneficiaries Medicare coverage Medicare Payments Medicare pays million needy Americans million uninsured Americans nursing home older Americans Pennsylvania CHRISTOPHER H physician assistant poverty President Reagan's President's fiscal provide health RALPH REGULA Ranking Minority Member Reagan Administration RON WYDEN seniors services performed Tennessee MARY ROSE York JIM COURTER