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    • Charity in Health Care: Safety Net or (Moral) Safety Valve? 

      Lenihan, Merle
      Charity in health care has a vast and rich history that crosses boundaries with religious traditions and professional moral obligations. Charity can be considered a virtue that entails altruism, beneficence, generosity, ...
    • Employer-based health insurance in the United States from 1920-present: The fall of an empire 

      Rebecca B Lunstroth (2006-12-06)
      The United States is the only industrialized nation that relies almost exclusively on private employers to fund health care. As this thesis will set out to demonstrate, the ability of private employers to fund this burden ...
    • UTMB's History of Care for the Indigent 

      Joanna Charles Bremer (2008-02-24)
      Today, 24.1 percent of Texas inhabitants have no health insurance, by choice or happenstance; medical inflation is approximately 6 percent annually; and federal support for indigent health care is eroding in the face of a ...