The June 2008 issue of Health Care News highlights the failures of single-payer health care systems in Canada and Russia. On page 1:
- A bill mandating nearly all Iowa children have health insurance is facing an uncertain future in the state legislature.
- Health officials in Maryland are working with the state comptroller to identify children eligible for, but not enrolled in, the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP).
- Health policy experts took advantage of Cover the Uninsured Week as an opportunity to discuss the causes and cures for that problem.
- The American Medical Association has been promoting a reform plan in the state of New Hampshire that gets mixed reviews from policy analysts.
Also in this issue: reforms in Indiana and Massachusetts, health savings accounts, union organizing, presidential Hillary Clinton's health care plan, patent protections, e-health, insurance regulation, and child abuse.
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