The organization and finance of health care in the United States are likely to change dramatically during the 1990s. During the first half of the decade, pro-competition strategies, which characterized the 1980s, are likely to continue. However, by the end of the decade, the country will probably adopt some form of national health care. After briefly discussing both possibilities, this paper investigates their likely impact on the future practice of chiropractic in the United States, and concludes with some policy recommendations.
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