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Analysis of Issues Related to Health Insurance By Homework Help Classof1
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"(a) What are primarily intended to address the problem of insuring people who don't have health insurance? (b) Would a public national health insurance system reduce the total spending on... More > health care in our economy? (c) What has been found to be the primary cause of the rapid rise in health care costs? (d) What affect might a national health insurance system have on this cause of rising health care costs? "< Less
Choosing a Medigap Policy: A Guide to Health Insurance for People with Medicare By Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, National Association of Insurance Commissioners
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This government guide helps people with Medicare understand Medigap (also called “Medicare Supplement Insurance”) policies. A Medigap policy is a type of private insurance that helps you... More > pay for some of the costs that Original Medicare doesn’t cover. It has important information about the following: What a Medigap policy is; what’s new in 2010; what Medigap policies cover; your rights to buy a Medigap policy; and how to buy a Medigap policy. This guide can help if you’re thinking about buying, or already have, a Medigap policy.< Less
Children's Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2009 By Jimmy Dale
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Children's Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2009 By Jimmy Dale
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Full text of the The Children's Health Care Reauthorization Act of 2009
THE CANADIAN HEALTH SYSTEM By M CLEMENT HALL
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Canada began a health system from the time the first settlers arrived. The systems have changed. They continue to change and perhaps continued change is inevitable and perpetual. The one element that... More > all agree about, a system of health care for all is part of the national character and will not be abandoned.< Less
Politics, Propaganda and Public Opinion: The Influence of Race and Class on the 1993 - 1994 Health Care Reform Debate By Fard Johnson
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In 1993, President Bill Clinton presented his Health Security Act to the US Congress. The legislation was intended to reform the nation's health care system while mandating the provision of health... More > insurance to all Americans. A number of factors influenced the genesis and demise of the Act between 1993 and 1994, including presidential politics, opposition from powerful interest groups and waning public support for the legislation. This thesis investigates whether and how race and class influenced debate over Clinton's health care reform proposal. Evidence is presented that race and class affected Clinton's decision to champion healthcare reform, lent credibility to health insurance industry advertisements opposing the president's legislation and influenced public opinion on government-financed health care, and by extension health care reform. These findings indicate that race and class may have played a role in the evolution and resolution of the 1993 to 1994 health care reform debate.< Less
Obamacare Will Raise Deficit Says New Study By Tracy McManamon
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A new study estimates that the health care law will add at least $340 billion to the nation’s deficit. For more information, please visit: http://www.onesourcebenefits.com/
Handbook By Selvoy M. Fillerup, MD, MSPH, FACS
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The notion of a "public Health insurance option" is not new. The book "Handbook for Healthcare Reform: Foundation and Framework" provides a look at foreign healthcare systems'... More > experience with very similar models. This book also reviews the healthcare-related policies that shape several foreign healthcare systems. What may surprise many Americans is that foreign nations increasingly rely on capitalistic incentives to attain their healthcare goals. Their healthcare systems are becoming increasingly less socialized than many might assume. Certain nations have already developed the public health insurance option havoing approached the the problem from the opposite end of the spectrum - they added a private health insurance industry to an existing socialized healthcare system - and found it amazingly successful. (http://tinyurl.com/a7qj5t)< Less
Handbook By Selvoy M. Fillerup, MD, MSPH, FACS
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The notion of a "public Health insurance option" is not new. The book "Handbook for Healthcare Reform: Foundation and Framework" provides a look at foreign healthcare systems'... More > experience with very similar models. This book also reviews the healthcare-related policies that shape several foreign healthcare systems. What may surprise many Americans is that foreign nations increasingly rely on capitalistic incentives to attain their healthcare goals. Their healthcare systems are becoming increasingly less socialized than many might assume. Certain nations have already developed the public health insurance option havoing approached the the problem from the opposite end of the spectrum - they added a private health insurance industry to an existing socialized healthcare system - and found it amazingly successful. (http://tinyurl.com/a7qj5t)< Less
Stay Healthy, Live Longer, Spend Wisely By Davis Liu
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Written by a practicing family physician employed by one of the nation's top healthcare organizations, this book provides critical insider tips readers must know to make smart medical decisions to... More > stay healthy and also spend wisely. This easy-to-read handbook provides the valuable skills on how to make every doctor's visit count, the truth about body scans, dietary supplements, and concierge physicians, demystifies primary care and specialist physicians, dispels the confusion about generic and branded medications, and what tests you must insist on to stay well. Healthcare is increasingly expensive, confusing, and difficult to navigate. Can you afford not to be educated or empowered? This book provides you insightful information you won't find anywhere else.< Less