- County's Losses Shrunk. Czurak, David // Grand Rapids Business Journal;3/20/2006, Vol. 24 Issue 12, p11
Reports on the decline of the general operating fund deficit of Kent County, Michigan for 2005. Fiscal year deficit of the county for 2005 compared from the 2004 shortfall; Increase in the county's self-funded employee health care and retirement costs; Revenue generated from the lodging-excise tax.
- US spends most on care, ranks last in health. Mayer, Kathryn // Benefits Selling;Jul2011, Vol. 9 Issue 7, p16
The article explains that the U.S. expenditure for health at 7,500 U.S. dollars per person is equal to 16% of gross domestic product (GDP) but still ranked last on population health among 16 peer countries. It mentions the knowledge of health insurers that health care reform will not reduce but...
- Bush's plan cuts EPA's 2003 budget. Geiselman, Bruce // Waste News;2/18/2002, Vol. 7 Issue 22, p2
Reports on the budget proposal of President George W. Bush administration for the 2003 fiscal year. Effectivity of the proposal; Beneficial effect of the proposal for the anti-terrorism funding; Effect of the proposal on the environmental programs budget.
- Bonbons or boondoggles? Simonson, Ken // Fleet Owner;Mar2003, Vol. 98 Issue 3, p22
Discusses the coverage of the administrative budget for fiscal year 2004 of President George W. Bush in the U.S. Implementation of tax threats on trucking business; Elimination of the individual shareholder level; Imposition of double taxation of corporate income.
- House Committee Gives Nod to $2.15 Billion for SRFs, $36.1 Billion for HUD. Vadum, Matthew // Bond Buyer;10/10/2002, Vol. 342 Issue 31489, p4
Reports the approval of a spending package for fiscal 2003 by the House Appropriations Committee in the U.S. Inclusion of waste and drinking water revolving loan funds; Release of the Senate versions of the spending package.
- Macro Determinants of Health Expenditure in China. Feng Jin // Fudan Journal of the Humanities & Social Sciences;Sep2011, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p18
China is facing challenges of the increasing incidence of some chronic diseases. However, the share of government spending on health in total kept falling during the economic transition and the cost of health care has been rising dramatically. Using the data at the provincial level, I find that...
- KAMU SAÄžLIK HARCAMALARININ SAÄžLIK SONUÃ‡LARI ÃœZERÄ°NDEKÄ° ETKÄ°SÄ°: ÃœLKELERÄ°N GELÄ°R SEVÄ°YELERÄ°NE GÃ–RE BÄ°R KARÅžILAÅžTIRMA. ÇEVİK, Savaş // Journal of Faculty of Political Science;Mar2013, Vol. 48, p113
The aim of this study is to seek the effect government spending on the improvement of health care services by means of cross-national comparison. The data were analysed through cross-sectional regression on a worldwide sample to estimate the degree of correlation between the mortality rate in...
- A rise is a rise is a rise. // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);8/2/1986, Vol. 293 Issue 6542, p290
Examines the trend of public expenditure of the National Health Service in Great Britain. Effect of single pay award on the rise of spending; Comparison between the actual and adjusted spending; Increase in resources for health services.
- Medical Miracles. Asnes, Marion // Financial Planning;Apr2008, Vol. 38 Issue 4, p16
The article discusses various reports published within the issue including one by David Adler, on healthcare spending and medical costs in retirement.