Perloff Committee

June 2007
H&HN: Hospitals & Health Networks;Jun2007, Vol. 81 Issue 6, p15
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The article provides information on the Ameriplan report presented by the Special Committee on the Provision of Health Services, headed by Jack Perloff, of the American Hospital Association (AHA). Ameriplan called for a restructuring of the nation's health care system. Using both federal and private financing, a system of health care corporations (HCCs) would provide comprehensive care to population groups defined by newly formed health commissions in each state.


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