Vial, Don
April 1975
Monthly Labor Review;Apr75, Vol. 98 Issue 4, p37
Academic Journal
Focuses on factors affecting the effectiveness of negotiated health plans in California. Developments in collective bargaining in the health care industry; Difference between the advantages to be gained from prepayment approaches and insured approaches to health care; Experience of negotiated health programs with health maintenance organizations; Role of negotiated programs in increasing the demand for health care services.


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