Health Policy Reform: Competition and Controls

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American Enterprise Institute, 1993 - Business & Economics - 331 pages
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This volume focuses on two US health reform proposals that have taken centre stage - managed competition and global budgeting. Scholars, practitioners and policy makers examine competition in California, the Federal Employees Health Benefits Programme, and other areas.
 

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Contents

FIGURES
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TABLES
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2
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3
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Regulated States and for Other States 19761990
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Commentary on Part One Robert Crandall Robert
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4
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COMPETITION CARTEL Henry N Butler
101
Cities Area in the Group Health Plan with Single
200
7A1 Enrollment of University of Minnesota Employees
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8
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Jr and Robert Waller
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9
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pense per Adjusted Discharge in the United States
248
Source 1990
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Jack Scanlon Jr and Arthur Lifson
308

COMMENTARY ON PART Two Martha Phillips and Nor
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7
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A KEYNOTE ADDRESS
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Helms-Resident scholar & director of health policy studies at the Amer Enterprise Institute in Washington, D.C.

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