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Medicare

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Bernard S. Fellner Digital Essays

 Collection
Identifier: B423
Overview Bernard S. Fellner wrote “The Confessions and Convictions of a Conscientious CFO” about his nearly 18 years as the chief financial officer of National Jewish Hospital from 1980-1997. He helped make NJH solvent during the transition of National Jewish Hospital from inpatient to outpatient treatment of asthma. National Jewish Hospital began as a tuberculosis sanitorium and was free to all patients. When Bernard Fellner arrived in 1980, NJH had only recently begun to charge for treatment and had...
Dates: Other: February 2020

Report from Washington. Medicare, 1962 May 26

 Item
Identifier: M085.10.0195.00029
Overview Congressman Peter H. Dominick (R-Colo.) delivers his weekly radio address, Report from Washington in late May 1962. Rep. Dominick discusses the topic of providing health care for senior citizens, stating that the debate in Congress centers on how a medical assistance program will be structured and financed. Dominick reviews elements of the 1960 Kerr-Mills Act as well as the current proposal called the King-Anderson Bill, comparing covered medical costs and funding for each plan.
Dates: 1962 May 26

Report from Washington. Medicare, 1963 April 9

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Identifier: M085.10.0198.00057
Overview Senator Peter H. Dominick (R-Colo.) delivers his weekly radio address, Report from Washington, on April 9, 1963. Sen. Dominick discusses how the timing of passage of legislation in Congress can be politically motivated, with legislation either being delayed or introduced when it will win the most support. Dominick says that this is the case with the Medicare bill, which he states could be delayed until 1964 to use as an issue in the presidential election. Dominick also explains his opposition...
Dates: 1963 April 9