Health Care Analysis. 1993 Jun; 1(1): 15-32.
Oregon's systematic design for universal access to health care, known as the Oregon Basic Health Services Act, has provoked heated debate over its rationale, plan and process. It is a novel attempt to address inequities in the distribution of health care for those below the federal poverty level. Its controversial nature compels more informed discussion to guide further analysis. Accordingly, this report is primarily descriptive, aiming to provide a clear synopsis of the Oregon project's history, complex methodology, and strengths and weaknesses.
Access to Health Care; Costs and Benefits; Discrimination; Economics; Employment; Government; Health; Health Care; Health Care Delivery; Health Care Reform; Health Services; Indigents; Justice; Life; Nature; Physician Patient Relationship; Policy Analysis; Public Participation; Poverty; Quality Adjusted Life Years; Quality of Life; Resource Allocation; Selection for Treatment; Social Discrimination; Standards; State Government; Treatment Outcome; Values;
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