MASS-CARE/MNA takes issue with state report on universal health care

O'Malley, Peggy
March 2003
Massachusetts Nurse;Mar2003, Vol. 74 Issue 2, p2
Comments on the universal health care report of LECG, a consultant firm Massachusetts. Belief of the Massachusetts Nurses Association that the report is politically biased; Failure to provide information about the universal health care coverage and health funding system; Assumptions of LECG on the payment system for health insurance.


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