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July 14, 2003
By The Heritage Foundation
truth on what will happen if the current Medicare bills become law?
out the research of Heritage Foundation health-care experts Edmund
Haislmaier, Robert Moffit and Nina Owcharenko. They analyzed a
recent series of questions and answers from The White House
Communications Office about Medicare reform, which has led Moffit
to say: "What in the name of God is the administration thinking?
The Medicare bills are a policy disaster."
complete Heritage analysis of the White House's Medicare reform
position can be found at
The Center for Health Policy Studies web page. For more
information or to receive an e-mail version of "Medicare Maladies,"
or call Heritage Media Services at (202) 675-1761.
Maladies" is a regular feature, launched 7/14/03, from The Heritage
Foundation. Sad to say, there's another malady coming your way
Center for Health Policy Studies:
Can Be Above the Law, If You Write It
commentary by Robert E. Moffit and Derek Hunter
Crucial Elements of An Acceptable Medicare Bill
by Stuart M. Butler, Ph.D.
Time to Draw the Line
on Medicare "Reform"
by Nina Owcharenko
all research from the Center for Health Policy Studies
Medicare Malady feature on Medicare reform
The Heritage Foundation
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