Social Security and Medicare adjudications at HHS: Two approaches to administrative justice in an

Bernard, Phyllis E.
June 1993
Health Matrix: Journal of Law-Medicine;Summer93, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p338
Academic Journal
Discusses various administrative procedures related to Social Security and Medicare in the United States Department of Human and Health Services. Possible future of adjudications for federally sponsored health services; Efficiency versus fairness; Approaches to administrative justice.


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