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4 trillion on health care (almost 17 percent of GDP), and the government accounts for almost one-half of all health care spending," says Nina Owcharenko, deputy director of the Center for Health Policy Studies at the conservative Heritage Foundation.
Source: Southeast Asian Consortium on Gender, Sexuality and Health, c/o Center for Health Policy Studies, Faculty of Social Science and Humanities, Mahidol University, 25/25 Puttamonthon Road 4, Salaya, Nakornpathom, 73170, Thailand.
MPPI's paper entitled, "Empty Promises: The Reality of Prescription Drug Importation for Maryland," was written by Nina Owcharenko, a Senior Policy Analyst for Health Care in the Center for Health Policy Studies at the Heritage Foundation and adjunct fellow at MPPI.
The Center for Health Policy Studies in Columbia, Maryland, estimated the impact on medical costs in Florida of physician-owned facilities to be $10.
EAGLE Care(TM) was developed by the strategic alliance of three major health care consulting firms: Clinical Value Systems, specializing in occupational medicine; Healthdemographics, specializing in logistics and computer mapping; and the Center for Health Policy Studies.
A second study, "Impact of Uncompensated Maternity and Infant Care Costs on Employers," conducted by the Center for Health Policy Studies in Maryland, analyzed birth outcomes in New York for mothers with Medicaid coverage for maternity care -- and mothers with no maternity care coverage at all.