The Delegated Welfare State: Medicare, Markets, and the Governance of Social Policy

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INDEX
Aaron, Henry, 92
AARP
cultivation by Republican lawmakers, 104, 136–37
and the Medicare Modernization Act, 108, 136–37, 140
opposition to Social Security privatization, 97, 183
Part D prescription drug plan, 206
political effects of support for MMA, 183, 186
stance on prescription drug reimportation, 198
support for Affordable Care Act of 2010, 229
Affordable Care Act of 2010, 3
Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation in, 148
consumer choice in, 234–35
“death panel” rumors, 233
delegated governance in, 17, 227–35
implementation of, 234
Medicare Advantage changes in, 16, 187–88, 287n47
Medicare Modernization Act as model for, 171, 229
Office of Personnel Management (OPM) contracts with private insurers in, 228, 232
and prescription drug reimportation, 198
public opinion toward, 43, 230, 233
public option, 231–34
role of states in, 228, 234
Tea Party protests and, 232–33
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, 148
Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC). See welfare
America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP), 128, 186, 187
American Association of Health Plans (AAHP), 128
American Association of Retired Persons. See AARP
American Medical Association (AMA)
and Affordable Care Act of 2010, 230
capitalizing on anti-government sentiment among public, 72
and Medicare, 73–74
opposition to national health insurance, 69–70
opposition to Veterans Health Administration, 67–68
American state
before twentieth century, 58
delegated governance and, 222–25
expansion of, 59–63
nature of, 9, 16–17, 52–55
Armey, Richard K., 101
Arrow, Kenneth, 88
Balanced Budget Act of 1995, 102–4, 122
Balanced Budget Act of 1997, 11, 95, 104–5, 109, 110, 115, 122, 161
Ball, Robert, 67, 147
Bartels, Larry, 189
Baucus, Max, 130, 131, 134–36, 230, 233
Bipartisan Commission on the Future of Medicare, 105, 115, 118, 122
Bliley, Thomas, 120
Blue Cross/Blue Shield
changes in business practices of, 91
as early private insurers, 68, 70
and health care providers, 88, 146, 149–50
as Medicaid payment administrator, 266nl32
as Medicare payment administrator, 11, 22, 73–77, 149
role in Federal Employees Health Benefits program creation, 70
Breaux, John, 105, 135–36, 189–90, 222
Bush, George W.
and the Medicare Modernization Act, 107, 133, 140, 142, 157, 187
prescription drug proposals of, 129, 130, 132
role in Medicare Modernization Act versus Congress’s, 13, 108, 132
Social Security private accounts proposal of, 84, 97, 183, 227
Butler, Stuart M., 84, 93
campaign ads, on prescription drug reform, 118–19, 131, 195–96
campaign contributions, 45, 51, 84, 126–28, 137–39
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, 85, 112, 147–48, 150, 154, 162
as underfunded agency, 151–52, 165
Chamber of Commerce, 127, 137

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