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Uninsured Rates Rise Dramatically in States with Strictest Health Insurance Regulations (part 3)

Melinda L. Schriver and Grace-Marie Arnett
August 1, 1998

The results examined in this study show that regulation at the state and federal levels is counter-productive in responding to the challenge of increasing access to health insurance in

What to Do about Uninsured Children (part 1)

Carrie J. Gavora
April 22, 1997

Americans of all political persuasions are understandably concerned about the fact that millions of children lack the protection of health insurance.  To be sure, many of these chi

What to Do about Uninsured Children (part 2)

Carrie J. Gavora
April 22, 1997

This is part two of an article written by Carrie J.

Building Bureaucracy and Invading Patient Privacy: Maryland's Health Care Regulations

Dale Snyder
April 17, 1998

Maryland is a microcosm of many serious problems besetting America's health care system today.  Doctors and patients alike are losing control, and the number of uninsured persons i

How Congress Can Restore the Freedom of Senior Citizens to Make Private Agreements with Their Doctors

Robert E. Moffit
August 1, 1998

This is a continuation of a report written by author Robert Moffit, it begins mid-sentence on page 17 of the article and concludes as follows;

Why Catholic Schools Spell Success for America's Inner-City Children

Nina H. Shokraii
June 1, 1997

Catholic schools have had astonishing success in working with inner-city children.

Uninsured Rates Rise Dramatically in States with Strictest Health Insurance Regulations (summary)

Melinda L. Schriver and Grace-Marie Arnett
August 14, 1998

In this article, the authors discuss 16 states who, between 1990 and 1994, passed aggressive laws mandating that health insurance be accessible by increasing the availability to their uninsured res

Building Bureaucracy and Invading Patient Privacy: Maryland's Health Care Regulations

Dale Snyder
April 1, 1998

In this article, author Dale Snyder discusses the serious problems the state of Maryland face when it comes to increasing costs, more uninsured and less control for medical professionals due to con

How Congress Can Restore the Freedom of Senior Citizens to Make Private Agreements with Their Doctors

Robert E. Moffit
August 3, 1998

Senior citizens and their physicians in the United States have less personal freedom to engage in private contractual relationships than their counterparts enrolled in the British Natio

What HCFA Won't Tell You About Kidcare: Dangers and Opportunities for States

November 1, 1997

In summary, this is a transcript of a question and answer forum hosted by the Heritage Foundation.

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