Author: U. S. Government Printing Office StaffPublish On: 1997
Committee on Government Operations. Human Resources and
Intergovernmental Relations Subcommittee. ARE EXISTING PRIVATE SECTOR
AND STATEOPERATED HEALTH CARE ALLIANCES WORKING ? THURSDAY ,
JUNE 30 , 1994 ...
... Are Existing Private Sector and State - Operated Health Care Alliances Working ?, " on June 30 , 1994 . 13. Initiatives Aimed at Preventing AIDS and HIV
Infection in the African American Community . a . Summary . - African Americans
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government OperationsPublish On: 1995
The report specifically cites the cases of Wisconsin , Minnesota , and California
as examples of States which effectively ... The subcommittee held a hearing on “
Are Existing Private Sector and State - Operated Health Care Alliances Working ?
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Operations
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government OperationsPublish On: 1994
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Operations.
COMMITTEE REPORT NO . HOUSE REPORT NO . TITLE DATE OF ... June 30 ,
1994 . Are Existing Private Sector and State - Operated Health Care Alliances Working ...
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Operations
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means. Subcommittee on HealthPublish On: 1994
For reorganizing the health care market , States will turn primarily to health alliances . ... The President ' s plan resolves the current fragmentation of demand
by aggregating the purchasing power of individuals and groups into large buying
pools called alliances that will be run by employer and consumer representatives
. ... Now we turn to the private sector , how to buy and deliver insurance
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means. Subcommittee on Health
Author: American Medical AssociationPublish On: 1999
June 1999 Medical Service - 5 Membership Only a few alliances offer insurance
to individuals outside of employment groups , which is not surprising given the existing tax subsidy for employer - based insurance . ... At least one state ,
Minnesota , joined an established private - sector alliance of large employers ,
the Buyers Health Care Action Group ( BHCAG ) . ... Among state - operated
employer alliances , individual rather than employer choice is mandatory in only
a few states ...
Author: American Medical Association
Includes [as pt. 1] the Proceedings of the Annual Session and [as pt. 2] the Proceedings of the Interim Session for 1948 and of the Clinical Session 1949-
aged care. Representation on the committee is designed to reflect both public
and private sector labor and management with ... and Insurance Reform Act (Ch.
93-129) was enacted to help uninsured working residents purchase private health insurance. The 1993 legislation creates a voluntary system of managed
care competition built on existing pools of health care purchasing alliances; the
creation of ...
Private-Public. Partnerships. to. Expand. Health. Care. Access. States. are.
creating. partnerships. with. businesses. of. all. Maine Tackles Treatment
Variations Working with health care providers, officials ... While no one strategy
will solve all the problems of the uninsured, initiatives that engage the private sector offer some promise of relief. ... With current restraints on state budgets,
such partial subsidies are attractive because they spread the cost of coverage
among the state, ...
Analysis & Perspective Economic News UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE DATA
FOR REGULAR STATE PROGRAMS. SEBE dlouby Health Care ' HealthMarts '
Seen as Promising Idea , But Some Analysts Say It Sounds Familiar Still , the ... of
all of the twists the working group is now considering , including making health alliances private and letting them compete ... GOP Working Group on Health Care Quality is discussing a proposal to establish HealthMarts , a kind of private - sector ...
Author: California. Managed Health Care Improvement Task ForcePublish On: 1998
California law distinguishes between two types of purchasing groups :
purchasing alliances and marketing groups . ... A. The Health Insurance Plan of
California ( HIPC ) The HIPC , established in 1993 through AB 1672 , is a state - run purchasing ... While substantial , this number is very small compared to the
more than ten million Californians working in small ... to the HIPC , several other
public and private sector purchasing groups have formed to service certain
market segments .
Author: California. Managed Health Care Improvement Task Force
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Education and Labor. Subcommittee on Labor-Management RelationsPublish On: 1995
And item by item, including the percentage of increase in cost and the cost per operation, et cetera, single payers was the ... are now criticizing the alliances as
setting up a huge bureaucracy, never mind that in the plan it allows the States to
set ... of the States, and I don't know how much more bureaucracy there would be
than the bureaucracy that already exists the ... the administration — we believe
that public sector employers in this regard should be treated exactly as private sector ...
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Education and Labor. Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations
A Road Map to Western States' Information Highways : a Western Governors'
Association Report ... The New Mexico Health Information Alliance ( HIA ) has
been operating since 1995 . The HIA ... In Montana , private sector leaders have
formed the Health Care Telecommunications Alliance , and Utah has a public /
private ... Task Forces / Statewide Conferences Higher Education – make higher
education telecommunication infrastructure available for other uses ; provide
leadership in ...
AHCA will monitor health care markets in Florida for a number of policy purposes
, including ensuring access to health care ... General . hospitals and notfor - profit
Cleveland Clinic have formed one of South Florida's largest health care alliances
. ... are forming health care delivery and financing systems to compete under the state's new managed competition system . ... health care reform law but is
occurring and is being encouraged by governmental and private sector
There is no reason why the delivery of public health care services should be any
different from prisons or electricity or ... to high quality health care through greater private sector involvement in the provision of public health care services . This
project was designed to provide the people of the LaTrobe Valley with a new , state - of - the - art hospital , and high ship and operation . It provides treatment
and care on exactly the same basis as is currently available in publicly run
Author: Michael Milgate
Category: Business & Economics
Describes how to assess whether alliances and outsourcing will actually help your organization achieve its goals, and if they will, how to strategize and operate them.
Public-Private Partnership for Health Reform: Alameda County's Innovative
Response to State Managed Care Laws i By ... care physician and will receive health services in the same manner that many public and private sector
employees do. ... Director Shahnaz Nikpay, to position the County to implement
reforms made available to it either by the state or federal ... The Alameda Alliance
for Health (the "Alliance") has a sitting board of governors that operates under its
It does not attempt to indicate cal Institutional Underwriting , Health Care tem's
operations , however , exists primarily to the legal status of ... We states where
specific legislation has not been tuarial Services . ... will work closely with the company's You — the shippers , forwarders and bankersThe guide is available
from the Alliance of Marketing Division ... risk management needs of companies ,
community that they can operate more effecour beginnings . organizations and
Clinton's Rx for Health Care Reform The President , in a national address ,
presented his much - awaited plan to reform the ... Dental coverage would be available to children up to 18 years of age , and mental health services would
initially be limited with the ... Privatesector employers with 5,000 or more
employees could continue to be self - insured as a corporate health alliance .
Exhibit ... Responsibility for setting up and operating the regional health alliances
would fall to the states .