Although no other country in the world allocates as large a proportion of its GDP to health care as the United States, it is clear that the most basic health needs of many Americans are not being met. Health Care Reform in the Nineties presents an extensive study of this topical issue.Following Hawaiia#39;s lead, Massachusetts adopted a universal health care law in 1988. ... pay into a state-brokered insurance fund has been delayed until 1995 because of opposition from businesses. ... with firms in neighboring states that do not impose financial responsibility for health care on employers (Berger, 1991). ... This would affect everyone, not just those included under the pay-or-play plan.
|Title||:||Health Care Reform in the Nineties|
|Author||:||Pauline Vaillancourt Rosenau|
|Publisher||:||SAGE Publications - 1994-06-07|