Healthcare Leadership Network forms of managed care saved 23%
Council over fee-for-service plans in 1992.
American Hospital Medicare cuts in President Clinton's reform
Association proposal would reduce hospital inpatient
April 1994 operating margins nearly 30% by 2000.
Diabetes Treatment The cost of diabetes treatment represents
Centers one-seventh of healthcare spending.
Service Employees The tax cap in the managed-competition
International Union proposal sponsored by Rep. Jim Cooper
April 1994 (D-Tenn.) could cost workers as much as
$15 billion in lost wages, as employers offset
the added cost of health benefits by lowering
Association of Private Premiums paid by small businesses don't
Pension and Welfare change much when they are pooled with large
Plans firms. As a result, risk pooling through
March 1994 regional alliances won't help reduce
their insurance costs.
Heritage Foundation The individual tax credit proposal, introMarch 1994 duced by Sen. Don Nickles (D-Okla.), would
reduce household spending for healthcare by
$35.5 billion in 1998, compared with a $7.7
billion reduction (net of reduced wages due to
employer mandate) under the president's plan.
National Association of Nearly half of the five-year cost of the
Chain Drugstores prescription drug benefit in the president's
February 1994 healthcare reform proposal could be offset
by savings from more appropriate use of
pharmaceutical products and advanced
Internal analysis of the The Clinton reform proposal would
president's health plan achieve only $25 billion in deficit
December 1993 reduction by 2000, not the $103 billion
estimated by the administration.
Families USA The Clinton health plan would save $481 billion
October 1992 by 2005, compared with just $46 billion in
savings under President Bush's proposal.