Since the passage in 1990 of the Americans with Disabilities Act, society has made considerable strides in improving the quality of life and the productivity of individuals with disabilities. At the same time, however, the American health care system has undergone considerable change, with some unforeseen consequences for those with disabilities. Birenbaum explores all of the disability and health policy issues that are generated by the present state of managed care.
Bush, Clinton Health Plans Are Dramatically Different Bush Would Utilize Market; Clinton Seeks a Cap on Medical Costs. US HEALTH-CARE SYSTEM Marshall Ingwerson, writer of The Christian Science Monitor.
The Christian Science Monitor, August 11, 1992