America's Future Work Force: A Health and Education Policy Issues Handbook

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1
Yankelovich, D., "A Missing Concept", Kettering Review, Fall 1991, 58.
2
"Ten Legislative Issues to Watch", Governing, January 1992, 38; "1993 Preview: No Surprises on States' Health Care Wish Lists", State Health Notes 13, no. 146, December 14, 1992, 1.
3
Eckholm, E., "Health Benefits Found to Deter Job Switching", New York Times, September 26, 1992, B1, B12.
4
Koop, C. E.K., The Memoirs of America's Family Doctor ( New York: Random House, 1991); comments on the "McNeil-Lehrer News Hour", February 14, 1991.
5
CBO, Universal Health Insurance Coverage Using Medicare's Payment Rates, December 1991, x, xi. See also Osborne, D., and Gaebler, T., "Creating an Effective Health Care System" (in which some features of the German system are noted, including requirements for employer-provided insurance but limiting government subsidization to the unemployed and self-employed). Reinventing Government ( Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 1992), 312-14.
6
"Highlights of AARP's Health Care America Proposal", AARP Bulletin, March 1992, 33, no. 3, 1, 7-8. See also Fein, R., "Prescription for Change", Modern Maturity, August-September 1992, 22-35.
7
U.S. Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations (ACIR), "Overview of the U.S. Health Care Industry and Analysis of Major Reform Proposals" (staff memorandum), November 15, 1991, 2 of attachment. See also Meyer, J., Silow-Carroll, S., and Sullivan, S., A National Health Plan in the U.S.: The Long-Term Impact on Business and the Economy ( Washington, DC: Economic and Social Research Institute, 1991); Wolfe, B., "Changing the U.S. Health Care System: How Difficult Will It Be?" Focus 14, no. 2, Summer 1992, 16-20; "Special Section on Health System Reform," Urban Institute Policy and Research Report, Summer 1992, 10-20.
8
Lamm, R., The Brave New World of Health Care ( Denver: University of Denver, May 1990), 15; Thurow, L., "Medicine and Economics", New England Journal of Medicine 313, 1985, 611-14.
9
Biemesderfer, S., "Running for Coverage", State Legislatures, July 1992, 54, 57-59. On ERISA issue, see U.S. General Accounting Office (GAO), Access to Health Care: States Respond to Growing Crisis, GAO/HRD-92-70, June 1992, 5-6, 81-82. See also "Focus on Universal Access: A Comparison of Three Plans", State Health Notes, June 1, 1992; Cooper, H., "States Take the Lead in Insurance Reform", Health Costs, Wall Street Journal, June 30, 1992, B-1, quoting HIAA report that 18 states, 11 in 1992, had enacted laws helping small businesses provide employee health benefits.
10
Butler, S., "'Play or Pay' Health Care Plan Is Bound to Be a Loser," Wall Street Journal, January 3, 1992, A-6. Conversely, "Choice #3, Mandated Coverage -- Fixing the System by Filling the Gap", The Health Care Crisis: Containing Costs, Expanding Coverage. National Issues Forums( New York: McGraw-Hill, 1992), 33-39.
11
Koop, C. E.K., "McNeil-Lehrer". For employment impacts within the health insurance industry, see Smith, L., "The Coming Health Care Shakeout", Fortune, May 17, 1993, 70-75.
12
Morrisey, M., "Mandates: What Most Proposals Would Do", The American Enterprise, January-February 1992, 63-66; quote appears on 66.
13
Hutter, A., Jr., "Escaping America's Health Care Maze: By Shifting -- and Hid-ing -- Medical Costs, We're Wasting Billions of Dollars"

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