These are forms of rationing
coverage by income and by location," Hoffman says.
did not mean that supplies were guaranteed.
A Retrospective Look at the Literature on Rationing
But even if repairs in power plants are completed, electricity rationing
will not stop because consumption is far more than production," EDL said.
The power rationing
lasted for only up to 90 minutes from 5 p.
Technically, NICE was not established as a rationing
agency--quality of care is its main emphasis--but it has the option of recommending to the British National Health Service that NHS not provide coverage for treatments thought to be of little medical value or judged to be too costly for their benefits.
For example, we anti-rationers have noticed that the New England Journal of Medicine has proposed a NICE-style rationing
regimen based on Quality Adjusted Life Years.
For New (1996), rationing
can be defined in terms of methods used.
Some statistics suggest that rationing
actually improved the health of British people.
They said NHS bosses "tell us there is no rationing
, when there clearly is".
But water rationing
brought with it a host of other problems, like diseases and crop losses.
HEALTH CARE RATIONING
is a politically charged issue that evokes deep emotional reactions from all sectors within the industry: politicians, patients, payers, and providers.