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Page 17 - Services shall submit to the Committee on Labor and Human Resources and the Committee on Finance of the Senate and the Committee on Commerce and the Committee on Ways and Means of the House of Representatives detailed recommendations on standards with respect to the privacy of individually identifiable health information.
Page 2 - US Department of Labor, Labor-Management Services Administration, Pension and Welfare Benefit Programs, 1981.
Page 7 - ... of lost coverage. The extent of loss of coverage varied by region and industry, with workers in the Northeast and those in the construction field affected most adversely. The...
Page 6 - For almost half of the workers in negotiated plans and well over half of the workers in nonnegotiated plans, workers participated in paying for their benefits during layoff, either jointly with employers or by themselves.