Economists Take on the Clinton Health Reform Plan

Economists' conference on the Administration's health care proposal

In 1993, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) funded a conference in which health economists, health policy specialists and managed care executives analyzed and critiqued the Clinton Administration's health care reform plan. It was the first of a series of conferences on health care economics called the Princeton Conferences.

Key Results:

  • The conference, held October 29–31, 1993 on the Princeton University campus in Princeton, N.J., drew 75 people consisting largely of congressional staff, experts from various federal agencies, and selected representatives of the health policy community who had been actively involved in the debate.

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