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American Agenda (Medicine: Vital Signs: Employers' Stake) #157480

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 21, 1995
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(Phoenix: Peter Jennings) Statistics on managed care cited. The second segment on the health revolution and managed health care introduced.

(Melbourne, Florida: Jackie Judd) The trend of employers shifting health care offerings to managed care examined; the cases of Boeing and Harris Corporation cited as examples. [At a protest march during the machinists' strike against Boeing, union president George KOURPIAS - attacks the company.] [Health care consultant Kathryn ABERNETHY, Harris Corporation vice presidents Nick HELDRETH, Sharon SINES - comment on health care costs.] The streamlined health care system developed by the Harris Corporation detailed.

(Phoenix: Peter Jennings) Tomorrow's topics previewed.

Jennings, Peter;
Judd, Jackie

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