Health Manpower, 1970: Hearings, Ninety-first Congress, Second Session, September 2, 1970, St. Louis, Mo., September 4, 1970, Kansas City, Mo

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1970 - Federal aid to medical education - 760 pages
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Page 371 - The study shall incorporate guidelines which are consistent with criteria provided in resolutions adopted by the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare of the United States Senate or the Committee on Education and Labor of the United States House of Representatives, or both.
Page 10 - We face a massive crisis in this area [health care] and unless action is taken both administratively and legislatively to meet that crisis within the next two or three years, we will have a breakdown in our medical care system which could have consequences affecting millions of people throughout the country.
Page 122 - Nothing in this title shall be construed to authorize any Federal officer or employee to exercise any supervision or control over the practice of medicine or the manner in which medical services are provided...
Page 362 - ... and also to support their family. So I would recommend to you, Senator, higher levels of appropriations to students in the health professions to meet their financial obligations. I will conclude my remarks and turn it over to Dr. Thompson. (The prepared statement of Dr. Bremen follows :) 52-314 O— 71 24 KANSAS CITY COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHY AND SURGERY 2105 Independence Avenue Kansas City, Missouri, 64124 Statement presented to the Senate Health Subcommittee at a hearing held on Friday, September...
Page 710 - The Board of Trustees of the WE Upjohn Unemployment Trustee Corporation HARRY E. TURBEVILLE, Chairman E. GIFFORD UPJOHN, MD, Vice Chairman DONALD s. GILMORE, Vice Chairman D. GORDON KNAPP, Secretary-Treasurer MRS. GENEVIEVE U. GILMORE CHARLES C. GIBBONS PRESTON S. PARISH MRS. RAY T. PARFET, JR. JAMES H. DUNCAN The Staff of the Institute SAMUEL V. BENNETT Director BEN S. STEPHANSKY Associate Director Kalamazoo Office SAMUEL V. BENNETT EUGENE C.
Page 229 - SEPTEMBER 4, 1970 US SENATE, SUBCOMMITTEE ON HEALTH, OF THE SENATE COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND PUBLIC WELFARE, Kansas City, Mo. The subcommittee met, pursuant to call, at 9:30 am, in the faculty lounge of the University of Missouri, Kansas City, School of Dentistry, Kansas City, Mo., Senator Thomas F. Eagleton of Missouri, presiding pro tempore.
Page 4 - ... limited access to care. Federal programs have not tried to pull together, or provide incentives, to develop models of organized delivery systems for the general population. Federal programs have been woefully inadequate in dealing with the shortage and distribution of health manoower. The trouble, as Dr. James A. Shannon, former Director of the National Institutes of Health, told the subcommittee, is that the extensive fragmentation of Federal health programs makes it "difficult to consider broad...
Page 372 - Congress declares that fulfillment of our national purpose depends on promoting and assuring the highest level of health attainable for every person, in an environment which contributes positively to healthful individual and family living...
Page 107 - ... necessarily in the rural communities where they said they wanted a $6,000 one, some in the urban communities, too, but it is true that you are going to have to have a higher salary than average for these highly trained people in order to attract and retain them. Senator EAGLETON. Doctor, I am going to ask if we could put the rest of your statement in the record. I apologize for having to do this. Dr. EDWARDS. I am at the end of my prepared statement. Senator EAGLETON. I have one more question...
Page 68 - I reply that unless we begin moving toward national health insurance, neither Congress nor the medical profession will ever take the basic steps that are essential to reorganize the system. Without national health insurance to galvanize us into action, I fear that we will simply continue to patch the present system beyond any reasonable hope of survival.

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