In a detailed evaluation of the Clinton reform proposal, this article deals with the many thorny yet pragmatic problems concerning the proper role of government in reforming the health care system. Areas of focus include mandatory coverage, information networks, market failure, and the ability of government-controlled systems to produce efficiency and fairness for the health care consumer. It is the author's opinion that the plan needs to be resubmitted with substantial revisions.
|Original language||English (US)|
|Number of pages||22|
|Journal||Health care management (Philadelphia, Pa.)|
|State||Published - Aug 1994|