The Maine Medical Reform Commission will begin meeting this month. Consisting of
The Maine Medical Reform Commission will begin meeting this month. Consisting of Dr. Robert Keller, the executive director of the Maine Medical Assessessment and the the acting chair, Peter Hayes, an employee benefit manager for Hannaford Bros. Co., and Neil Rolde, a former state legislator who has written a book about health care reform, the commission will attempt to estimate how much three contrasting approaches to health care reform will cost and what people could expect from them. The commission will consider a single-payer approach, as is used in Canada; a multipayer approach that would integrate both public and private systems; and an option that would building on the current system, with little government involvement. The commission is expected to deliver a draft report to the governor and the legislature in June of 1995, followed by a final report in November of 1995.
Maine Health Care Reform Commission, Medical care, Robert Keller, Peter Hayes
"The Maine Medical Reform Commission will begin meeting this month. Consisting of" (1994). Maine News Index – Portland Press Herald. 14417.
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