Symposium: Ohioans Without Health Insurance: How Big A Problem? Are There Solutions?Journal of Law and Health
- public policy,
- health insurance
AbstractOhioans Without Health Insurance: How Big A Problem? Are There Solutions?, was the INAUGURAL Conference of Cleveland State University's Law & Public Policy Program, an interdisciplinary program of instruction, public service and research sponsored jointly by the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law and the Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs. The goal of the Conference was to facilitate an exchange of information and views among representatives of the public and major interests concerned with the growing numbers of persons who either lack health insurance or have inadequate coverage.
Citation InformationAlan C. Weinstein, Symposium: Ohioans Without Health Insurance: How Big A Problem? Are There Solutions? 4 Journal of Law and Health 111 (1989-1990)