TITLE

FIXING CLINTON'S HEALTH CARE PLAN

AUTHOR(S)
Dowd, Ann Reilly
PUB. DATE
April 1994
SOURCE
Fortune;4/4/1994, Vol. 129 Issue 7, p83
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Looks at some of the flaws of President Bill Clinton's health care reform bill, and offers ideas on how to fix the plan. The need for a go-slow, market-based approach, which would ensure access to medical care, but dump the president's reliance on heavy-handed regulations; Alternative legislation; The need to make insurance more affordable; Control of federal spending; Limiting the tax deductibility of gold-plated health plans; Malpractice reform; Employer mandate.
ACCESSION #
9403257627

 

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