The Elusive Politics of Reform by ProQuest


The paper warns that "health care cost growth threatens businesses, workers, and the overall health of the American economy," and frets that "if trends continue, health benefit costs will exceed profits in Fortune 500 companies in 2008." [...] to realize cost containment, Wyden's state agencies would need to define, which is to say, regulate, qualified plans-a sensible policy that led the insurance industry to oppose a similar idea under a different name when Clinton proposed managed competition in 1993.

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