Clinton Medicare Plan Could Segue Into Breaux-Style Reform - Reischauer
Enactment of President Clinton's add-on Medicare drug benefit could allow for a phase-in of a Breaux/Frist-type premium support model over five to 10 years, Urban Institute President Robert Reischauer, PhD, suggested Feb. 24 at a Senate Finance Committee hearing on the two proposals.
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