This article provides a brief set of arguments for government funding of universal, pre-school education. It explores the applicability of a voucher plan using a regulated market approach for the funding of universal, pre-school education.
Examines the extent to which uncompensated care is provided by hospitals other than JMH, and whether the greater access to surtax-funded care at JMH might cause patients to pass up facilities much nearer to their homes and travel long distances for care.
In collaboration with the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA), RAND conducted a CAHPS demonstration with the Florida Medicaid program to test applications of plan performance reports in the Medicaid sector.
This study uses hospital discharge data for 1992-1994 to assess differences between HMO and insured non-HMO patients in California and Florida with regard to the quality of the hospitals used for coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery.
To examine the effects of the 1989 Medicaid-elibigility expansion for pregnant women in Florida, the authors constructed a linked person-level database that contained information from eight different files.