Changes in Negotiated Health and Insurance Plans, 1962-66

Joiner, Robert C.
November 1966
Monthly Labor Review;Nov66, Vol. 89 Issue 11, p1246
Academic Journal
Makes observations on the major changes in negotiated health insurance plans between 1962-1966 in the U.S. Trend toward elimination of employee contributions; Inclusion of supplemental major medical insurance; Revisions made in life insurance coverage plans; Accident and sickness benefits.


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