Cover: Health Costs of Katrina

Health Costs of Katrina

Published in: United Press International, Commentary, Oct. 11, 2005

Posted on 2005

by Dana P. Goldman, Mark A. Schuster

The authors discuss financial aid measures that the federal government could take to help victims of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita cope with the sudden loss of paychecks and employer sponsored health insurance that left them facing a health care crisis.

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