Stitching a picture of health reform

Renn, Steven
January 1994
American City & County;Jan1994, Vol. 109 Issue 1, p6
Trade Publication
Discusses various aspects of the Health Security Act of 1993. Introduction of managed competition in health care; Consolidation and integration of the medical care industry; Advent of universal health insurance coverage.


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