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September 2004
Healthcare Executive;Sep/Oct2004, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p63
Trade Publication
Provides information on health care issues of discussed in connection with the 2004 presidential elections in the United States. Survey of health care chief executive officers on issues that might affect the presidential election including the development of a national health policy, health savings accounts, Medicare partial care coverage; universal health insurance and uninsured people.


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