Nonelderly uninsured near 41 million in '93: EBRI

C. J. G.
January 1995
AHA News;1/30/95, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p3
Trade Publication
Reports on the results of the survey by the Employee Benefits Research Institute for the US Census Bureau on the growth of uninsured nonelderly Americans in 1993. Proposal to lessen the impact of the uninsured rate; Features of the proposal; Statistics on uninsured from 1989 to 1993.


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