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An analysis of leading congressional health care bills, 2005-2007: Part I insurance coverage

Contributor(s):
Collins, Sara R.
Davis, Karen.
Kriss, Jennifer L.
Commission on a High Performance Health System.
Commonwealth Fund.
Publication:
[New York, N.Y.] : Commonwealth Fund, [2007]
Language(s):
English
Format:
Text
Subject(s):
Insurance Coverage -- legislation & jurisprudence
Insurance, Health -- legislation & jurisprudence
Health Benefit Plans, Employee -- economics
Health Benefit Plans, Employee -- legislation & jurisprudence
Health Benefit Plans, Employee -- statistics & numerical data
Health Care Reform -- economics
Health Care Reform -- legislation & jurisprudence
Health Care Reform -- statistics & numerical data
Insurance Coverage -- economics
Insurance Coverage -- statistics & numerical data
Insurance, Health -- economics
Insurance, Health -- statistics & numerical data
Medicaid -- economics
Medicaid -- legislation & jurisprudence
Medicaid -- statistics & numerical data
Medicare -- economics
Medicare -- legislation & jurisprudence
Medicare -- statistics & numerical data
Universal Coverage -- economics
Universal Coverage -- legislation & jurisprudence
Universal Coverage -- statistics & numerical data
Humans
United States
Genre(s):
Technical Report
Abstract:
The first of a two-part series, this report analyzes and compares leading congressional bills and Administration proposals to expand health insurance coverage introduced over 2005-2007. The Commonwealth Fund commissioned The Lewin Group to estimate the effect of the bills on stakeholder and health system costs and the projected number of people who would become newly insured through them. The proposals fall into three categories: those that propose fundamental reform of the health insurance system; those that would expand existing public insurance programs; and those that seek to strengthen employer-based health insurance. The report considers whether the proposals would improve access to care, increase health system efficiency, make the system more equitable, and improve quality of care.
Copyright:
Reproduced with permission of the copyright holder. Further use of the material is subject to CC BY license. (More information)
Illustrations:
Illustrations
NLM Unique ID:
101312978 (See catalog record)
Contributor(s):
Collins, Sara R.
Davis, Karen.
Kriss, Jennifer L.
Commission on a High Performance Health System.
Commonwealth Fund.
Publication:
[New York, N.Y.] : Commonwealth Fund, [2007]
Language(s):
English
Format:
Text
Subject(s):
Insurance Coverage -- legislation & jurisprudence
Insurance, Health -- legislation & jurisprudence
Health Benefit Plans, Employee -- economics
Health Benefit Plans, Employee -- legislation & jurisprudence
Health Benefit Plans, Employee -- statistics & numerical data
Health Care Reform -- economics
Health Care Reform -- legislation & jurisprudence
Health Care Reform -- statistics & numerical data
Insurance Coverage -- economics
Insurance Coverage -- statistics & numerical data
Insurance, Health -- economics
Insurance, Health -- statistics & numerical data
Medicaid -- economics
Medicaid -- legislation & jurisprudence
Medicaid -- statistics & numerical data
Medicare -- economics
Medicare -- legislation & jurisprudence
Medicare -- statistics & numerical data
Universal Coverage -- economics
Universal Coverage -- legislation & jurisprudence
Universal Coverage -- statistics & numerical data
Humans
United States
Genre(s):
Technical Report
Abstract:
The first of a two-part series, this report analyzes and compares leading congressional bills and Administration proposals to expand health insurance coverage introduced over 2005-2007. The Commonwealth Fund commissioned The Lewin Group to estimate the effect of the bills on stakeholder and health system costs and the projected number of people who would become newly insured through them. The proposals fall into three categories: those that propose fundamental reform of the health insurance system; those that would expand existing public insurance programs; and those that seek to strengthen employer-based health insurance. The report considers whether the proposals would improve access to care, increase health system efficiency, make the system more equitable, and improve quality of care.
Copyright:
Reproduced with permission of the copyright holder. Further use of the material is subject to CC BY license. (More information)
Illustrations:
Illustrations
NLM Unique ID:
101312978 (See catalog record)