Health care reform in the US

BMJ 1994; 309 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.309.6964.1305a (Published 12 November 1994) Cite this as: BMJ 1994;309:1305
  1. L Uzych
  1. 103 Canterbury Drive, Wallingford, PA 19086, USA

    EDITOR, - It must strike some people as a curious and regrettable paradox that the United States, which is arguably the world's wealthiest nation, is probably alone among the industrialised nations in failing to provide universal health coverage for its citizens. John Roberts's article on health reform identifies some of the salient factors that have driven nails into the coffin of health reform in the United States.1

    For one thing, the president's plan, all 1342 pages of it, was far too complicated …

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