In 1995, 17.5 million children — one-quarter of all children under age 18 — had Medicaid coverage for health care services. Medicaid, the federal/state health program for the poor, pays for a broad range of services for children including well-child care, immunizations, prescription drugs, doctor visits, and hospitalization, and a…
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A survey of Americans’ attitudes toward managed care, including comparisons between consumers in managed care versus those in traditional fee-for-service plans. The survey was designed and analyzed by researchers at the Kaiser Family Foundation and Harvard University and conducted by telephone by Princeton Survey Research Associates with 1,204 adults nationwide…
Medicaid Expenditures and Beneficiaries: National and State Profiles and Trends, 1990-1995 – Chart Pack
Medicaid Expenditures and Beneficiaries: 1994 UpdateOctober 1998Return to topMedicaid Expenditures and Beneficiaries:Policy Brief Tables Chart Pack
Is There a Common Ground? Affiliations Between Catholic and Non-Catholic Health Care Providers and the Availability of Reproductive Health Services
This report examines affiliations between Catholic and non-Catholic health care providers and their impact on the availability of reproductive health services in communities.
The Impact of Manged Care Legislation: An Analysis of Five Legislative Proposals from California – Report
The Impact of Managed Care Legislation: An Analysis of Five Legislative Proposals from California Health Policy Economics Group Price Waterhouse LLP November, 1997 Executive Summary Managed care has grown tremendously in recent years. From 1988 to 1997, at firms with 200 or more employees, the proportion of employees enrolled in…
The Development of Capitation Rates Under Medicaid Managed Care Programs: A Pilot Study, Vols. 1 & 2
Report: The Development of Capitation Rates under Medicaid Managed Care Programs: A Pilot Study
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Is There Room for Conscience without Compromising Access? Are Affiliations Between Religious and Secular Health Care Organizations Threatening Access?
These resources were prepared for a briefing held for journalists in New York City on November 4, 1997 in New York City as part of a joint program by The Alan Guttmacher Institute, The Kaiser Family Foundation and the National Press Foundation. This program focused on mergers, acquisitions, consolidations, joint ventures, and other affiliations between Catholic and non-Catholic hospitals and health systems and the effect these affiliations have on access to reproductive health services.
This study analyzed five 1997 managed care consumer protection proposals currently or recently under consideration by the California state legislature: allowing consumers to sue their HMO (health maintenance organization) or managed care plan; expanding access to prescription drugs not approved by the health plan; expanded coverage of mental health services;…