Reinhardt on reform

Vavala, Donna
January 1995
Physician Executive;Jan1995, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p10
Academic Journal
Presents the views of James Madison University political economic professor Uwe E. Reinhardt on health care reform in the United States. Health care costs reduction as impetus of government's health care reform initiative; Comparative data on the federal budget for health; Reinhard's assessment and financial predictions for the health care field.


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