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Tuesday, January 27, 2015

COVERED: Key House Committee Considers Hospital Care for the Elderly

Bob Rosenblatt, Special Correspondent

Welcome to Covered: A Week-by-Week Look at the 1965 Politics that Created Medicare and Medicaid. Bob Rosenblatt, a Senior Fellow at the National Academy of Social Insurance, former Los Angeles Times Washington correspondent, and editor of the website HelpWithAging will blog on the maneuvers that led to the enactment of Medicare and Medicaid on July 30th, 1965 the first major expansion of U.S. social insurance to health care.


Key House Committee Considers Hospital Care for the Elderly

January 27, 1965

By Bob Rosenblatt, Special Correspondent

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Friday, January 23, 2015

COVERED: Health Coverage for Poor in Political Mix

Bob Rosenblatt, Special Correspondent

Welcome to Covered: A Week-by-Week Look at the 1965 Politics that Created Medicare and Medicaid. Bob Rosenblatt, a Senior Fellow at the National Academy of Social Insurance, former Los Angeles Times Washington correspondent, and editor of the website HelpWithAging will blog on the maneuvers that led to the enactment of Medicare and Medicaid on July 30th, 1965 the first major expansion of U.S. social insurance to health care.


Health Coverage for Poor in Political Mix

January 23, 1965

By Bob Rosenblatt, Special Correspondent

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Friday, January 16, 2015

COVERED: Johnson Seeks Broad Right to Health Care, Beyond Just Welfare

Bob Rosenblatt, Special Correspondent

Welcome to Covered: A Week-by-Week Look at the 1965 Politics that Created Medicare and Medicaid. Bob Rosenblatt, a Senior Fellow at the National Academy of Social Insurance, former Los Angeles Times Washington correspondent, and editor of the website HelpWithAging will blog on the maneuvers that led to the enactment of Medicare and Medicaid on July 30th, 1965 the first major expansion of U.S. social insurance to health care.


Johnson Seeks Broad Right to Health Care, Beyond Just Welfare

January 17, 1965

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Saturday, January 10, 2015

COVERED: Johnson Promises a New Push for Health Care for the Elderly

Bob Rosenblatt, Special Correspondent

Welcome to Covered: A Week-by-Week Look at the 1965 Politics that Created Medicare and Medicaid. Bob Rosenblatt, a Senior Fellow at the National Academy of Social Insurance, former Los Angeles Times Washington correspondent, and editor of the website HelpWithAging will blog on the maneuvers that led to the enactment of Medicare and Medicaid on July 30th, 1965 the first major expansion of U.S. social insurance to health care.


Johnson Promises a New Push for Health Care for the Elderly
Administration Sends Mixed Signals on JFK’s Proposed Medicare Program

January 9, 1965

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Thursday, September 18, 2014

Rashi Fein, Ph.D.: A Remembrance

Joel Kavet, MPH, ScD, Madison Park Healthcare Consulting, LLC, Bethesda, MD

Alan B. Cohen, ScD, Boston University School of Management

Harold Luft, Palo Alto Medical Research Institute and UCSF

Victor Fuchs, PhD, Henry J. Kaiser, Jr. Professor Emeritus, Stanford University

Rashi FeinRashi Fein, our longtime friend and colleague, Professor of the Economics of Medicine, Emeritus, at Harvard Medical School, passed away on Monday, September 8, 2014, at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, MA.  He was 88 years of age, and the cause of death was melanoma.

Rashi was born in the Bronx, New York, and grew up in a number of cities in the U.S. and Canada.  He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II and received his Bachelor’s and PhD degrees from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore in Mathematics (1948) and Economics (1956), respectively.

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