Hospital, Nursing Home, and Surgical Benefits for OASI Beneficiaries: Hearings, Eighty-sixth Congress, First Session, on H.R. 4700, a Bill to Amend the Social Security Act and the Internal Revenue Code So as to Provide Insurance Against the Cost of Hospital, Nursing Home, and Surgical Service for Persons Eligible for Old-age and Survivors Insurance Benefits, and for Other Purposes. July 13-17, 1959

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1959 - 720 pages
Considers H.R. 4700, to guarantee adequate health care for dependent survivors and aged, retired and disabled individuals by amending the Social Security Act and Internal Revenue Code to establish and finance compulsory insurance against costs of hospitalization, nursing home care and surgical services.

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Contents

Adams Albert C chairman committee on social security National Asso
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Overton Dr Lewis M president New Mexico Medical Society letter
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ruary 19 1959 supporting the Forand bill H R 4700
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report of the Department of Health Education and Welfare
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Perry Dr Ralph president Missouri State Medical Association state
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Statement by AFLCIO president Meany dated April 13 1959
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Dixon Dr James P director Hospital Council of Philadelphia report
122
Schloss Irvin P legislative analyst American Foundation for the Blind
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president 385
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directors 597
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Group Health Association of America Dr C B Esselstyn second vice
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Iowa Medical Service Blue Shield Dr Earl Lowry president 603
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American Farm Bureau Federation Keith Wallace 58
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Waite Benjamin E
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Brown J Douglas dean of the faculty and professor of economics Prince
250
Reynolds Dr T Eric president California Medical Association 172
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Wallace Keith American Farm Bureau Federation 58
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Rouse Dr Milford 0 Texas Medical Association 520
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Johnson Reuben coordinator National Farmers Union 71
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American Life Convention E J Faulkner 434
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statement
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Chase Henry H Council of State Chambers of Commerce 491
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Life expectancy in the United States
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beneficiariesmarried couples
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American Nurses Association Julia C Thompson
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American Osteopathic Association Dr Charles L Ballinger 595
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American Podiatry Association Dr Abe Rubin secretary and editor
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Mayer Mrs Vera general secretary National Consumers League
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read by Mrs Vera Meyer
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Harris Seymour E professor of economics Harvard University statement
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Americans for Democratic Action Dr Frank M Furstenberg
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College of American Pathologists Dr G B Hunter chairman legislative
479
Tennessee State Labor Council AFLCIO Stanton E Smith president 576
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Andrus Dr Ethel Percy national president National Retired Teachers
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Apple Dr William S assistant secretary American Pharmaceutical
517
Twente Dr George E Mississippi State Medical Association
608
Hospital Council of Philadelphia Dr James P Dixon director report
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Committee on the Aging of the State of Alabama Rubin Morris Hanan
621
Health Center of New York statement
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Pollock William general president Textile Workers Union of America
624
International Longshoremens and Warehousemens Union statement
627
Williamson Kenneth associate director American Hospital Association 347
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American Association of Workers for the Blind Inc George E Keane
640
Medical Association of Alabama statement
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Arizona Medical Association Inc Dr Jesse D Hamer statement
643
Connecticut State Medical Society Dr Elwood C Weise Sr statement
646
Schwimmer Dr Julius medical director Amalgamated Laundry Workers
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July 16 1959 to Congressman Mills
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Kansas Medical Society Dr Glenn R Peters statement
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Shy Frank S Associated Industries of Rhode Island Inc letter dated
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Medical Society of Delaware Dr Alfred R Shands Jr statement in
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Layne Dr John A Montana Medical Association letter dated July
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Moren Dr Leslie A Medical Association of Nevada statement
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Potter Dr Alfred L president the Rhode Island Medical Society
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Souster Dr B B president Minnesota State Medical Association letter
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Worden Dr Donald immediate past president Idaho State Medical
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telegram dated July 16 1959 to Congressman Mills
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dated July 17 1959 to Congressman Mills
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Levy Stanley S D D S president Louisiana Dental Association tele
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National Association of Manufacturers statement
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Frates George H the National Association of Retail Druggists statement
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Leo H Irwin chief counsel Committee on Ways and Means
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American Mutual Insurance Alliance statement
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Gibs Consultants of Syracuse N Y on behalf of Citizens Public
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Associated Industries of Rhode Island Inc Frank S Shy letter dated
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National Federation of Independent Business George J Burger vice pres
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Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds Inc resolution
708
Wegryn Dr Louis S president Association of American Physicians
713
Brown Royall R president WinstonSalem Chamber of Commerce
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