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1 National Health Insurance 1 (1974)

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December 1974
National Health Insurance
These references have been selected from literature as'sembled in connection
with the preparation of Tax Foundation's study Problems and Issues in National
htealth Insurance, Research Pubolicationi No. 30. 'This biblioGraphy updates and
supplements an earlier one, *Issues in Financing Health Care, No. 50, September
1972, wihich wa~s broader in scope.
Anger, Richard C., and Goldberg, Victor P. Frepaid Health Plans and Moral
Hazard, Public Policy, Vol. 22, No. 3, Sumer 1974, pp. 353-393.
The article deals with the following: (1) a description of the mainstream
system for financing medical care and the nature of the prepaid health plan
alternatives, (2) the nature of what is described as the moral hazard of
traditional health insurance, and (3) the effects of prepayment on consumer-
originated and provider-originated moral hazard.
Collings, G.H. , Jr. Aanaging the Medical Care System,a Rlord, The Conference
Board, Vol. 11, No. 7, July 1974, pp. 34-35.
Develops the concept that private industry should move from the role of
spaying spectator to participating partner in the health care area.
Committee for Economic Development. Building a National Health-Care Sstem: A
Statement on National Policyby the RsacanPolicy Committee. New York,
April 1973. pp. 105.
The study presents the findings of the CD's study of the nation's health
care needs aend arues for an enrichment of health care services by a step-by-
step expansion in existing publIc and private programs.
Controvery Over Proposals to Establish a Federal Program of National Health
Insurance: Pro & Con. The Congressional Difest. Vol. 53, Nos. 6-7, June-
July, 1974, pp. 161-192.
Discusses the existing governmental and private sector health insurance
programs, presents a digest of the more important current national health
proposals, and lists arguments for and against a Federally-financed and ad-
ministered national health insurance program.
Edwards, Charles C. The Changing Health Care System: An Opportunity Within a
Crisia, Record. The Conference Board, Vol. 11, o. 7, July 1974 pp. 32-34.
Takes the position that within a very few years the manner in which health
care is provided and financed in the U.S. is likely to undergo significant
change, and that there is need for a national strategy *- with the Federal
government ?laying a lead role -- to deal with this problem.

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