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Selected Bibliography On Aids And Health Insurance, Patricia G. Court, Linda Karr O'Connor Oct 1993

Selected Bibliography On Aids And Health Insurance, Patricia G. Court, Linda Karr O'Connor

Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy

No abstract provided.


Aids And Access To Care: Lessons For Health Care Reformers, Michael T. Isbell Oct 1993

Aids And Access To Care: Lessons For Health Care Reformers, Michael T. Isbell

Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy

No abstract provided.


Employers And Aids: Meeting The Health Benefit Needs Of People With Hiv Disease, Judith K. Barr, Robert A. Padgug Oct 1993

Employers And Aids: Meeting The Health Benefit Needs Of People With Hiv Disease, Judith K. Barr, Robert A. Padgug

Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy

No abstract provided.


Aids And Private Health Insurance: A Crisis Of Risk Sharing, Robert A. Padgug, Gerald M. Oppenheimer, Jon Eisenhandler Oct 1993

Aids And Private Health Insurance: A Crisis Of Risk Sharing, Robert A. Padgug, Gerald M. Oppenheimer, Jon Eisenhandler

Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy

No abstract provided.


Book Review, Mitchell M. Simon Sep 1993

Book Review, Mitchell M. Simon

RISK: Health, Safety & Environment (1990-2002)

Review of: MARC A. RODWIN, MEDICINE, MONEY & MORALS: PHYSICIANS' CONFLICTS OF INTEREST. (Oxford University Press 1993). [430 pp.] Acknowledgements, acronyms, appendices, foreword, index, notes. LC: 92-49488; ISBN: 0-19-508096-3. [Cloth $25.00. 200 Madison Avenue, New York NY 10016.]


Insurance Tax Policy And Health Care Reform: Back To The Future , Curt W. Fochtmann, Frank E. Plan, Thomas J. Minor Mar 1993

Insurance Tax Policy And Health Care Reform: Back To The Future , Curt W. Fochtmann, Frank E. Plan, Thomas J. Minor

Washington and Lee Law Review

No abstract provided.


Fear, Discrimination And Dying In The Workplace: Aids And The Capping Of Employees' Health Insurance Benefits, Thomas E. Bartrum Jan 1993

Fear, Discrimination And Dying In The Workplace: Aids And The Capping Of Employees' Health Insurance Benefits, Thomas E. Bartrum

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Health Care Reform In The United States, Lawrence O. Gostin Jan 1993

Health Care Reform In The United States, Lawrence O. Gostin

Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works

The author presents a brief description of the design features and objectives of the health care reform package, together with the reasons to support reform of the health care system in the United States.


Foreword: Health Care Reform In The United States—The Presidential Task Force, Lawrence O. Gostin Jan 1993

Foreword: Health Care Reform In The United States—The Presidential Task Force, Lawrence O. Gostin

Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works

This essay serves as the foreword to Implementing U.S. Health Care Reform, a symposium held in 1993.

The exact specifications of the new health care system depend on the package that President Clinton will send to Capitol Hill and the changes that Congress will make in the reform package. Some of the basic structures and organizing principles of the new system that are being considered by the President are already the subject of intense public scrutiny.

The design being considered would involve new relations between the federal government and the states, between the public and private sectors, and between …


Private Insurance, Social Insurance, And Tort Reform: Toward A New Vision Of Compensation For Illness And Injury, Kenneth S. Abraham, Lance Liebman Jan 1993

Private Insurance, Social Insurance, And Tort Reform: Toward A New Vision Of Compensation For Illness And Injury, Kenneth S. Abraham, Lance Liebman

Faculty Scholarship

The United States does not have a system for compensating the victims of illness and injury; it has a set of different institutions that provide compensation. We rely on both tort law and giant programs of public and private insurance to compensate the victims of illness and injury. These institutions perform related functions, but the relationships among them are far from coherent. Indeed, the institutions sometimes work at cross-purposes, compensating some victims excessively and others not at all.

The absence of a coherent system of compensation is reflected even in suggested reforms of existing institutions. Proposals to reform tort law …