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Federalism and health policy Federalism and health policy
Poor--Medical care--United States--States.
Medical policy--United States.
Health Policy--United States.
Health insurance--economics--United States.
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United States
LCC: RA412.4 .F43 2003 (Source: dlc)
WA 540 AA1 F293 2003 (Source: dnlm)
DDC: 362.1/086/9420973 full (Assigner: dlc)
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Lccn: 2003011760
Table Of Contents
Federalism and health policy: an overview / John Holahan, Alan Weil, and Joshua M. Wiener
State and federal roles in health care: rationales for allocating responsibilities / Randall R. Bovbjerg, Joshua M. Wiener, and Michael Housman
Health care within the larger state budget / Donald J. Boyd
Variation in health insurance coverage and medical expenditures: how much is too much? /
John Holahan
States' strategies for tapping federal revenues: implications and consequences of medicaid maximization / Teresa A. Coughlin and Stephen Zuckerman
Leaders and laggards in state coverage expansions / John Holahan and Mary Pohl
Medicaid managed care: state flexibility in action / Robert Hurley and Stephen Zuckerman
Long-term care: can the states be the engine of reform? / Joshua M. Wiener and Jane Tilly
The state children's health insurance program: a new approach to federalism / Alan Weil and Ian Hill
Making medicaid a national program: medicare as a model / Marilyn Moon
Alternative models of federalism: health insurance regulation and patient protection laws / Randall R. Bovbjerg
Improving the federal system of health care coverage / Alan Weil, John Holahan, and Joshua M. Wiener.
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Holahan, John. Federalism and health policy
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Weil, Alan. Federalism and health policy
Wiener, Joshua M. Federalism and health policy