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Figures and Tables

Health Care Reform
Volume 3 Number 2 Summer/Fall 1993

Contents


Ensuring Adequate Health Care Benefits for Children and Adolescents

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Table 5

Providing Primary Health Care to Children: Integrating Primary Care Services with Health Insurance Principles

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Paying for Children's Medical Care: Is the Medicare Experience Helpful?

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Managed Care for Children and Pregnant Women: Promises and Pitfalls

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Guaranteed Coverage with Multiple Insurers: Closing Gaps and Easing Transitions

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State Initiatives to Cover Uninsured Children

Table 1 (part 1)

Table 1 (part 2)

Who Bears the Burden?: The Distribution of Costs and Benefits

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Public Opinion and Health Care Reform for Children

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CHILD INDICATORS: Why Is Poverty Increasing Among Children?

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