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    Immigrants Boost Economy's Health But Lack Access To Health. Half Of Non-Citizens Are Working Full-Time But Still Lack Health Insurance

    Claim That Hmo's Save Money Is Little More
Than "Folklore," Health Affairs Study Finds

     Frequently asked Questions about National Health Insurance

     Recent Press Releases from PNHP, such as:
    The Lower Quality of Care in For-Profit vs. Non-Profit HMO's.

     Why a single-payer healthcare system is needed.

     Fact Sheet on the Single-Payer System

     Medical Errors Higher At For-Profit Than Not-For-Profit Hospitals. Harvard Study Findings

     More Q&A, What National Health Insurance is and Is Not, The Bottom Line for National Health Insurance    

     Question and Answers About Status of Medicare System;    

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RECENT DISCUSSION
BEGINNING WITH FAMILIES USA
ABOUT STRATEGY OF INCREMENTAL REFORM

Incrementalism Discussion

SEVERAL NEW (DEC 2000) REPORTS ARE AVAILABLE
FROM THE COMMONWEALTH FOUNDATION
WITH NEW DATA ON THE UNINSURED

More details about reports from Commonwealth

HMOs EXPERIENCE FIRST ENROLLMENT DECLINE
FINANCIALLY STABLE HMOS ABANDONING UNPROFITABLE PATIENTS
TREND LIKELY TO CONTINUE

Decreasing Enrollments

WHO REPORT RANKS UNITED STATES 37TH
IN HEALTH CARE QUALITY
BUT FIRST IN COST



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