An Inconsistent Picture: A Compilation of Analyses of Economic Impacts of Competing Approaches to Health Care Reform by Experts and Stakeholders
Congress of the U.S., Office of Technology Assessment, 1993 - Health care reform - 134 pages
And overview of competing approaches to health care reform -- Impact on national health care spending and savings -- Impacts on federal, state and local budgets -- Impacts on employers -- Impacts on employment -- Impact on households -- Impacts on other costs in the economy -- Impacts on administrative costs -- Additional policy considerations -- Conclusions and a provisional checklist for policymakers.
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Approaches to Health Care Reform
Major Approaches and Specific Proposals in Analyses
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