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Retiree health benefits in the United States: a strategic critical management review.
Benefits Q. 1997; 13(2):29-35.BQ

Abstract

This article provides a critical review of studies associated with retiree health benefits in the United States. An attempt is made to determine if logical conclusions or trends could be identified regarding this issue of health care policy debate. The forms of retiree health benefits are covered, as is a discussion of Medigap policies and insurance coverage for the elderly. Employer-sponsored retiree benefits and the effects of supplemental coverage on the use of services are also reviewed. Lastly, a discussion and conclusion regarding this research agenda is presented with a critical analysis of the health care policy management debate for the future.

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University of Colorado-Boulder, USA.No affiliation info availableNo affiliation info available

Pub Type(s)

Journal Article
Review

Language

eng

PubMed ID

10167154

Citation

Asubonteng, P, et al. "Retiree Health Benefits in the United States: a Strategic Critical Management Review." Benefits Quarterly, vol. 13, no. 2, 1997, pp. 29-35.
Asubonteng P, Bumpus M, Munchus G. Retiree health benefits in the United States: a strategic critical management review. Benefits Q. 1997;13(2):29-35.
Asubonteng, P., Bumpus, M., & Munchus, G. (1997). Retiree health benefits in the United States: a strategic critical management review. Benefits Quarterly, 13(2), 29-35.
Asubonteng P, Bumpus M, Munchus G. Retiree Health Benefits in the United States: a Strategic Critical Management Review. Benefits Q. 1997;13(2):29-35. PubMed PMID: 10167154.
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