A New and Improved Health Policy Agenda for 2003
Seniors complain about lack of Medicare coverage for prescription drugs. Advocates for the uninsured insist on new subsidies for insurance coverage. Everyone says health care costs too much. So what else is new? Will this year's round of congressional reform proposals diagnose the real problems and help fix them? Cato and PPI scholars will offer two distinctive critiques of conventional efforts to reform the maladies of Medicare and our overall health care system and prescribe new therapies to treat those maladies.