Health Policy Reform in America: Innovations from the States

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1
Paul Starr, The Social Transformation of American Medicine ( New York: Basic Books, 1982).
2
James S. Todd, S. V. Seekins, J. A. Krichbaum, and L. K. Harvey, "Health Access America--Strengthening the U.S. Health Care System," JAMA 265 ( 15 May 1991): 2503-2506.
3
National Conference of State Legislatures [NCSL], Medical Indigency Project Notes 1 ( February 1990).
4
K. Grumbach, T. Bodenheimer, D. U. Himmelstein, and S. Woolhandler, "Liberal Benefits, Conservative Spending: The Physicians for a National Health Program Proposal," JAMA 265 ( 15 May 1991): 2549-2554; and B. L. Kirkman- Liff , "Health Insurance Values and Implementation in the Netherlands and the Federal Republic of Germany: An Alternative Path to Universal Coverage," JAMA 265 ( 15 May 1991): 2496-2502.
5
New York State Department of Health, Universal Health Care: Voices from the States ( Albany: New York State Department of Health, 1990); and Courtney S. Campbell, "Laboratory of Reform? Setting Health Priorities in Oregon," BioLaw 2 ( May 1991): S549-S563.
6
New York State Department of Health, Universal Health Care; and Alpha Center, "State Initiatives to Expand Health Insurance Coverage" ( Washington, DC: Alpha Center, 1990).
7
J. D. Rockefeller, "A Call for Action: The Pepper Commission's Blueprint for Health Care Reform," JAMA 265 ( 15 May 1991): 2507-2510.
8
Norman Daniels, Just Health Care ( Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985).
9
President's Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Biomedical and Behavioral Research, Securing Access to Health Care, Vol. I ( Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1983).
10
Emily Friedman, "The Uninsured: From Dilemma to Crisis," JAMA 265 ( 15 May 1991): 2491-2495.
12
Health Care Financing Administration, "National Health Expenditures, 1986-2000," Health Care Financing Review 8 (Summer 1987): 1-36.
13
Courtney S. Campbell, "Laboratory of Reform?"; Charles J. Dougherty, "Setting Health Care Priorities: Oregon's Next Steps," Hastings Center Report 21 ( May/June 1991); and David Hadorn, "Setting Health Care Priorities in Oregon: Cost-Effectiveness Meets the Rule of Rescue," JAMA 265 ( 1 May 1991): 2218- 2225.
14
Benjamin Barber, Strong Democracy: Participatory Politics For a New Age ( Berkeley: University of California Press, 1984).
15
Bruce Jennings, "A Grassroots Movement in Bioethics: Community Health Decisions," 18 Hastings Center Report, Special Supplement ( June-July 1988): 1-16.

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