A post-mortem on the Clinton healthcare proposal: Lessons from history and hopes for the future
Examines the Clinton administration's health-care proposal, for a system of national health insurance in the USA. Investigates whether, if it had been implemented, it would have solved healthcare delivery system problems. Goes on to question why it failed to gain the approval of Congress. Argues that the free market for health care is achieving its own solution through the development of managed care arrangements. Deals with the consequences of managed care for the US economy.
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