Designing Health Purchasing Alliances/Cooperatives: Federal Policy Issues and Options

A comparison of the key features of alliance design in the Clinton, Chafee/Thomas, and Cooper/Breaux health reform proposals of 1994, examining the trade-offs inherent in alternative alliance design.(For more information about alliances, see #2063, Permitting Voluntary Enrollment in Regional Alliances Under the Health Security Act: The Impact on Spending for Employers and the Federal Government.)

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