Medicare Health Maintenance Organizations: The IMC Experience : Hearing Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Government Operations, House of Representatives, One Hundredth Congress, First Session, December 15, 1987, Volume 4
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Operations. Human Resources and Intergovernmental Relations Subcommittee
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Page 92 - Administrator similarly cited the value of work done by the Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Inspector General and IV&V vendors at contractor sites in uncovering problems.
Page 72 - Mr. Chairman, this concludes my statement and I will be pleased to answer any of your questions.
Page 6 - THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS OF THE COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FEBRUARY 18, 1988 Mr.
Page 176 - ... is introduced (substantially curtailing the right to contest license renewals, guaranteed to the public by the Communications Act of 1934) that it is supported by 23 Senators and 118 Congressmen? The broadcasting industry is, without question, the single most powerful lobby in our nation's history. What should we do about it? What can we do about it? Once the Big Broadcasting-Big Business axis has kidnapped and run off with the democratic process is there anyway of guaranteeing its safe return?
Page 85 - Mr. Chairman, this concludes my statement. I will be pleased to respond to any questions that you may have at this time.
Page 117 - ... organization's enrollment may be Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries. (2) Waiver of composition of enrollment standard. Unless limited by the criteria specified in paragraph (d)(3) of this section, HCPA may waive compliance with the requirements of paragraph (d)<l) of this section if— (i) The organization is making reasonable efforts to enroll individuals who are not Medicare or Medicaid beneficiaries; and (ii) Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries constitute more than 50 percent of the population...
Page 158 - ... this subcommittee the benefit of your experience and programs. We appreciate your being a witness. At this point I would like to have entered into the record a statement by Senator Bellmon. He was not able to get here to present it in the opening, so it will be entered into the record in its entirety. STATEMENT OF HON. HENRY BELLMON, A US SENATOR FROM THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA Senator BELLMON. Mr. Chairman, members of the subcommittee : At the outset I want to say how pleased I am that this special...
Page 158 - DIRECTOR, OFFICE OF HEALTH MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES; AND HAROLD HUNTER, DIRECTOR, RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT, GROUP HEALTH ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA Mr.