Health Services for the Aged Under the Social Security Insurance System: Hearings Before the Committee on Ways and Means, House of Representatives, Eighty-seventh Congress, First Session, on H.R. 4222; a Bill to Provide for Payment for Hospital Services, Skilled Nursing Home Services, and Home Health Services Furnished to Aged Beneficiaries Under the Old-age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance Program, and for Other Purposes and on Similar Proposals, Svazky 1–2

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Includes "Health Insurance for Aged Persons," by HEW (July 24, 1961. p. 67-180), and "The Added Years: A Major Challenge for Our Time," a report by the New York State Committee of One Hundred (Nov. 1, 1960. p. 457-530), pt.1; includes Committee Print "Selected List of Publications of the Committees of the Congress Relating to Health, Medical Care, Medical Facilities, and Rehabilitation," 1961 (p. 1885-1963), pt.4.

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Present provisions for financing medical care
98
Rehabilitation 980
133
Michigan 1093
162
Durno Hon Edwin R a Representative in Congress from the State
173
Report dated July 24 1961 entitled Health Insurance for Aged
183
Connecticut major medical plans for aged persons
192
Memorandum from Ida C Merriam Director Division of Pro
204
ance on needs and income of elderly people
210
Staff memorandum of Bureau of Old Age and Survivors Insur
232
National Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers Helen Page
327
Seigle Dr Stewart P immediate past president American Society of Page
332
Fain Guy F grand president National Association of Retired and Veteran
337
dated July 27 1961 to Congressman Mills
346
thesiologists
352
Family Service Association of America Clark W Blackburn general
357
Fisher Bettye J president American Association of Medical Assistants 1754
364
National Federation of the Blind John F Nagle administrative assistant
366
Senior Citizens Central Association of Philadelphia Mrs Dora N Schatz
374
Schadeberg Hon Henry Č a Representative in Congress from the State
376
Florida Radiological Society Dr Ivan Isaacs vice president 1879
383
Gilbert Hon Jacob H a Representative in Congress from the State
393
National League of Senior Citizens George McLain president
423
Lawrence Dr George J Jr chairman committee on Federal legislation
449
Johnson Dr Blaine B secretarytreasurer Jackson Michigan District
452
Chaptor Page
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HOUSING 22
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1
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PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL 34
490
Shipman Richard C assistant director Division of Legislative Services
541
Press release dated May 5 1961 announcing the next hearing to be held
606
American Pharmaceutical Association Grover C Bowles chairman house Page
606
Goatley Mrs William secretary L N Golden Age Club 754
606
Harrison George M chairman social insurance committee Railway
606
National Retired Teachers Association Dr Ethel Percy Andrus president
606
Simmons Eugene S North Broward Senior Citizens Club 1192
606
Wisconsin State Medical Society of Dr Robin N Allin chairman com Page
606
Maryland Nurses Association Inc Dorothy L Wheatley R N first vice 720
606
Battin Hon James F a Representative in Congress from the State
606
De Witt County III Medical Society Dr Robert E Myers secretary Page
606
Georgia Society of Radiologists Dr Herbert M Olnick president dated
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Garland Dr L Henry president American College of Radiology letter
606
Life Insurance Association of America Eugene M Thore vice president
606
Mauldin Dr John T secretary Medical Association of Georgia letter
606
Missouri State Labor Council AFLCIO John I Rollings president
606
Morris Hon Thomas G a Representative in Congress from the State
606
Coweta County Ga Medical Society Dr Ernest E Proctor secretary
606
American Federation of LaborCongress of Industrial OrganizationsCon
606
Virginia State Nurses Association Julia B Fischer R N executive secre
606
Higginbotham F R presiding officer house of delegates Texas Hospital
606
Clubs
607
Missouri State Medical Association Dr J H Summers president state
611
Lee Dr Philip R Bay Area Committee for Medical Aid to the Aged
614
Lee Dr Sidney S member board of directors Council of Jewish Federa
664
of New Jersey 1593
666
Cohen Hon Wilbur J Assistant Secretary Department of Health Edu
674
National Retired Teachers Association Dr Ethel Percy Andrus president
681
American Nurses Association Julia C Thompson R N Washington
694
Thore Eugene M vice president and general counsel Life Insurance
713
Knox Hon Victor A a Representative in Congress from the State
754
Daniels Hon Dominick V a Representative in Congress from the State
756
Lichtenstein Zalmen J program director Council of the Golden Ring
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Hall Hon Durward G a Representative in Congress from the State of 1
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Weekly Benefit Senior Citizen Hospital Expense PlansGroup Approach
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Guaranteed Renewable Lifetime HospitalSurgical Expense Plans Fully Paid
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Health Education and Welfare Department
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Health Education and Welfare Department
852
Life Insurance Association of America Eugene M Thore vice president
853
League
855
The Need for Medical Services by Public
873
Public Indigent Medical Care Resources in Texas
881
Problems of StateFederal Medical Care Programs
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Meeting the Respondable Medical Needs of Texas
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1
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33
918
35
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Lloyd Thomas J president Almagamated Meatcutters Butcher Work
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Donnelly Miss Jean member committee on medical economics of
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American Public Welfare Association Charles I Schottland member
954
Rooke Ralph R National Association of Retail Druggists 677
966
American Nursing Home Association Alton E Barlow president 1751
970
37
974
Rubin Dr Abe secretary and editor American Podiatry Association
977
MacGregor Hon Clark a Representative in Congress from the State
983
Oregon 1600
986
California Taxpayers Association S J Arnold general manager
1010
Joseph director Legal and Socioeconomic Division American
1014
Durno Hon Edwin R a Representative in Congress from the State
1039
Stickler Dr G B letter dated February 17 1961 to Hon Albert H Quie
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Baber Rt Rev George W presiding bishop First Episcopal District
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treasurer Jackson District Dental Society
1065
Sawyer Dr William medical consultant International Association
1066
Badger Dr William E president New Mexico Medical Society state
1076
Stuver Harry L president National Geriatrical Society and Seniors
1098
Summers Dr J H president Missouri State Medical Association state 9
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Williams Maxine past president American Association of Medical
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Texas Hospital Association F R Higginbotham presiding officer house
1122
Delaware State Labor Council AFLCIO James J La Penta Jr vice
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Bardwell Dr Charles R secretary Logan County III Medical Society
1134
Schatz Mrs Dora N president Senior Citizens Central Association
1153
Michigan State Medical Society Dr Otto K Engelke presidentelect 559
1159
Los Angeles County Calif Medical Association Dr Edward H Crane
1169
Eugene O D American Optometric Association supple
1176
Eubank Mahlon Z director Social Insurance Department Commerce
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53
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Commerce and Industry Association of New York Inc Mahlon Z
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Seery W N American Life Convention Health Insurance Association
1191
Commerce and Industry Association of New York Inc Mahlon Z
1192
National Association of Social Workers Norman F Lourie president 661
1193
Wallwork Dr David W president Massachusetts Medical Society state
1199
Barnett Gov Ross R of Mississippi telegram 572
1201
Fineberg Dr Henry L executive vice president Medical Society of
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Garland Dr L Henry president American College of Radiology 339
1219
Gilbert Hon Jacob H a Representative in Congress from the State
1237
tes Junior Chamber of Commerce
1239
Hall Hon Durward G a Representative in Congress from the State
1245
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