Health Care Coverage and Financing in the United States

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ACTEX Publications, 2011 - Health care reform - 232 pages

Is the guarantee of health care services a luxury or a right? Health Care Coverage and Financing in the United States discusses this timely and controversial topic, and was written in response to the recent, increased interest in health insurance or the lack thereof in the United States. It discusses the history of health insurance over the ages and subsequent development in the U.S. The different types of health insurance are explained, and the terminology commonly used in health insurance is defined and discussed. In addition, the Commercial health insurance that many employees and individuals see in the U.S. is addressed along with the Medicaid and Medicare programs.

Finally, the politically-charged topic of Health Reform legislation, its impact on individuals, employers, and insurers is discussed, and the uninsured population that it intends to cover is examined.


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