Bill's costs outweigh benefit

February 2000
Business Insurance;02/07/2000, Vol. 34 Issue 6, p8
Asserts that the cost of the proposed health care reform legislation in the United States outweighs its benefits. Provisions of the bill being discussed by a congressional conference committee as of February 7, 2000; Absence of comprehensive evidence justifying the proposed change in the law; Results of a related telephone survey conducted by the American Association of Health Plans.


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