The National Government and Social Welfare: What Should Be the Federal Role?

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another in terms of both eligibility and benefits. Transferring full responsibility for Medicaid to states under some form of block grant would widen the gap even further.


NOTES
1.
I am tempted to suggest a new set of Ps to describe current governmental activities around health issues: prevaricating, posturing, protecting, and postponing.
2.
Provider in this context can be a given individual or, more likely, a group or institution. Most medical actions do not occur frequently enough to permit the gathering of an adequate sample on a given individual provider.

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