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Title
State policies and the financing of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome care.
First Author
Pascal, Anthony H
Date of Pub
1989 Fall
Pages
91-104
Volume
11
Issue
1
Other Authors
Bennett, Charles; Cvitanic, Marilyn; Gorman, Michael; Serrato, Carl A
Abstract
State policies, with respect to the operation of Medicaid programs and the regulation of private health insurance, affect who gets what care, how much is spent, and who ultimately pays. A RAND Corporation study was used to assess States and the District of Columbia in terms of the effects of their Medicaid and health insurance regulations on people with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome and other human immunodeficiency virus-related illnesses. State characteristics are used to explain the individual State policy rankings.
Abstract Continued
N/A
MeSH
State Health Plans : Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome/economics/epidemiology : Data Collection : Eligibility Determination/legislation & jurisprudence : Human : Insurance, Health/legislation & jurisprudence : Medicaid/legislation & jurisprudence : Statistics : United States
NTIS Number
PB90-146705