Single-payer system--disaster or a panacea?

Cohen, Donald; Waxman, Lowell
May 1994
San Diego Business Journal;5/30/94, Vol. 15 Issue 22, p17
Presents conflicting views about the single-payer system in the health insurance industry in California. Impact of health care costs on economy and business; Provisions under the California Health Security Act; Access to health care through insurance provided by employers; Cost containment features in proposed health security act.


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