health care reform


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health care reform

The 'Clinton Plan', proposed by President(s) Bill & Hillary Clinton in 1993, to revamp and address inequities in US health care. See Managed care.
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While NSBA has encouraged small businesses to communicate with their members of Congress on health care reform and its impact to the small business community, a full advocacy blitz has been tamed until the Senate Finance Committee unveils their legislation.
One major goal of health care reform is to extend insurance coverage to populations least likely to have it, such as young adults.
Health care reform affects business big and small and in myriad ways, so we've assembled experts to explain and analyze the many facets of health insurance and health care impacted by the law's implementation.
But Americans should not overlook the impact health care reform will have on employee mobility.
One of the things the health care reform legislation seeks to do is move the system away from paper files and get providers to meet meaningful-use standards for electronic records.
While most employers surveyed plan to continue offering health benefit coverage for their employees, 76% have already seen an increase in their organizations health benefit costs or expect to see an increase as a result of health care reform provisions.
The same survey found that 67 percent of practicing physicians believed that fewer students would apply for medical school over the next decade if health care reform passed.
BS: What kind of impact will health care reform make on consumers this year?
In addition, Hoagland will provide a legislative and regulatory update on health care reform.
Health care reform allows us an opportunity to connect the health care and human service systems technologically and, as a result, connect the delivery of high-quality, affordable health care to the system that builds the economic and social capacity of low-income and socially challenged in our society.
This is an otolaryngology handbook with its symptom listings preceded by 3 chapters on general health care reform topics: the impact of health care reform on providers; evidence-based guidelines; evidence-based performance in practice.

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