Health Care for the Uninsured: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Health for Families and the Uninsured of the Committee on Finance, United States Senate, One Hundred First Congress, First Session-[second Session].
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Finance. Subcommittee on Health for Families and the Uninsured
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1990 - Medically uninsured persons
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Page 19 - death, blessing and cursing: therefore, choose life that both thou and thy seed may live.
Page 91 - would be delighted to hear from you at this time. STATEMENT OF HON. GAIL R. WILENSKY, PH.D., ADMINISTRATOR, HEALTH CARE FINANCING ADMINISTRATION, US DEPARTMENT OF
Page 110 - My company is quite concerned about the competitive damage inherent in the dramatic difference between US and foreign health costs. Seven hundred dollars of the cost of every US- built Chrysler car goes to support the US health system.
Page 74 - Thank you very much for inviting me, and I look forward to responding to your questions. [The prepared Statement of
Page 175 - over 89% of small business respondents cited the cost of health insurance as becoming "prohibitively expensive." In 1990, 19.7% of firms surveyed without health insurance indicated that health insurance was offered at some time in the past. 6. Between 1987 and
Page 158 - It can fulfill this role in one of two general ways—either by establishing the overall ground rules within which public and private sector programs must operate to accomplish our nation's health care objectives. The other way is for government to assume a more dominant role in the administration of the system.
Page 207 - Grumet, Gerald W. Health Care Rationing Through Inconvenience: The Third Party's Secret Weapon. New England Journal of Medicine, v. 321, no. 9, Aug. 31, 1989. p. 607-11.
Page 17 - we are very pleased to have you, and we would like to hear from you now. STATEMENT OF
Page 38 - new products and job creation; lower profits also result in a reduction of tax revenues for investment by government in infrastructure improvement, including vital areas such as education. The strategies that appear to be most in use by business are a combination of cost shifting to employees, managed care efforts with varying levels of success and other efforts to reduce labor costs by the automating or outsourcing of jobs.