Social Security: Hearings Before the Committee on Finance United States Senate Eighty-ninth Congress, First Session on H.R. 6675, Part 2

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Average hospital cost per patientday 824
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American Chiropractic Association Des Moines Iowa statement
684
Countrywide workmens compensation statistics reported for private carriers
693
Duplication of workmens compensation disability benefits by social
760
Federal health benefits300 percent wrong 1140
775
Baker Wyrth Post M D M H D F A C P representing the American
781
Health services for employees of the hotel industry covered by the industry
785
Barnhart Paul St Louis Mo 1050
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Forand Hon Aime J former Representative in Congress from the State
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College of American Pathologists Chicago Ill letter of Olivia J Neibel Page
810
American Legion statement and resolution 389
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American Insurance Association New York N Y letter and enclosure
813
Hill Paul D cochairman legislative committee International Associa
814
Samples of industry and Government negotiated retiree programs 401
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Celler Hon Emanuel a Representative in Congress from the State
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Pennsylvania Medical Society telegram of Ira Leo Schamberg M D
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Progress in implementation of medical assistance for the aged MAA
851
Social Security Amendments of 1965 H R 6675 106
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Chapman W Judd O D representing the American Optometric Associa
863
Summary history of cost estimates for disability benefits Io 172
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Dorsett J Dewey president American Insurance Association accom
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Piedmont Hospital and Nursing Home Piedmont Ala letter of S
898
Benefit disbursements under the present OASDI program in 1964 143
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Supplementary planfour types of benefits 10
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Concurrent eligibility under workmens compensation and social seeurity
904
A dual publicprivate health insurance program 689
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American Motor Hotel Association statement of S Cooper Dawson Jr
1007
WITNESSES
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Deductible and coinsurance under supplementary plan
1011
Algase Julia legislative counsel representing New York Hotel Motel
1016
Archer Dr Vincent W Charlottesville Va
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Dirksmeyer Tony letter to Hon Ralph Yarborough 1087
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Associated Baby Services Inc letter of Richard H Krakaur controller
1066
Manchester Medical Society Richmond Va letter of J Russell Good
1072
Associated Industries of Massachusetts Boston Mass letter of A Lionel
1079
Federation of Jewish Agencies of Atlantic County Ventnor City N J
1092
Batt Dan Defiance Ohio letter to Hon Hiram L Fong 1225
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California Commission for the Accreditation of Nursing Homes
1106
Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce the Providence R I letter
1108
Medical Society of New Jersey Trenton N J letter of Charles Calvin
1116
International Association of Fire Fighters statement of William D Bucke
1117
California State Chamber of Commerce Agriculture and Industry
1122
Role of State health departments in medical care
1127
Social security increases past and proposed
1140
State performance on KerrMills lawslow or fast 634
1149
National Conference of State Social Security Administrators Montgomery
1161
Catholic Hospital Association of the United States and Canada the state
1169
National Council of Senior Citizens Inc Washington D C statement
1215
National Council of State SelfInsurers Associations New York N Y
1235
International Union United Automobile Aerospace Agricultural
1251
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