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Health Reform Legislation: A Comparison of Committee Action

A comparison of the health reform proposals by the Congressional committees with jurisdiction — House Ways and Means, Education, and Labor, and Senate Finance, Labor and Human Resources Committees — and the Administration's Health Security Act to the current health care system in each of 14 different categories.Report: Health Reform…

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Changes in Health Insurance Under the Clinton Health Plan

This paper examines how the Clinton health care reform plan would affect the insurance coverage of Americans under age 65 and discusses the implications of the plan for employees and Medicaid programs nationally and in California, Florida, Michigan, New York, and Texas.Report:

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A Profile of the Uninsured in America

This article presents a profile of the uninsured population in the U.S., providing key facts on its size and demographics and the impact of lack of insurance on access to care and health status.Report:

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Families and the National Health Reform: Comparison of Family Premium Responsibilities under Current Legislature Proposals

This paper assesses the affordability of premiums and disincentives to work for a family of three under President Clinton's plan, the Cooper/Breaux bill, the Chafee/Thomas bill, and the Wellstone/McDermott bill.Report: Families and National Health Reform: A Comparison…

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Medicaid and Health System Reform: The Potential for Integration into an Employer-Based System

Report: Medicaid and Health System Reform: The Potential for Integration into an Employer-Based System

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The Fiscal Impact of the Clinton Health Reform Proposal on States

This paper provides a detailed analysis of the fiscal impact of the Clinton Administration's Health Security Act (HSA) on states. The various subsidies in the HSA are examined as well as the impact of many proposed changes in Medicaid.Report: The Fiscal Impact Of The Clinton Health Reform Proposal On States

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Testimony On Meeting The Health Needs Of The Low-Income Population In Health Reform

Hearing Before The Subcommittee On Health And The Environment Committee On Energy And Commerce Testimony

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