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Eye On America: Health Care in America (Company Plans) (Part IV) #340484

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Sep 26, 1991
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Pewaukee, WI: Mark Phillips) Company health care plans featured. Chicago Symphony Orchestra's strike over dispute with regard to who will pay for health care reported; scenes shown from concert and health care settings. [Cigna health plan Stephen ASHLEY - comments.] Preferred provider networks described. [Family practitioner Dr. Carol GARVEY - says they are applying a business mentality to health care.] New York Telephone's plan whereby employees can still go to their own doctors if they'll work for the company rate noted. [Communications Workers of America George KOHL - says people want to go to their own doctors.] Big saving with companies said to come from working out discount deals on big ticket items. [Nynex Corporation Don SACCO - comments.] [Quad/Graphics president Harry GUADRACCI - says the present system isn't working.] Pewaukee, WI, Quad/Graphics said having its own clinic for its employees; scenes shown. [Employee's wife Mary PONTO, Dr. Robert KESSLER - comment on Quad/Graphics clinic.]

Reporter(s):
Phillips, Mark;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:04:20

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