Examines which healthcare reforms the president can implement without congressional approval and how. Identifies options for promoting and directing agency actions on specific policy goals, as well as legal, budgetary, and legislative constraints.
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Title: Legal Solutions in Health Reform: Executive Authority to Reform Health: Options and Limitations
Publication date 2009-03-04
Publication Year 2009
O'Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law
North America / United States
, health reform
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