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Medicare Benefits for Recipients Living in Mexico: Proceedings of a Conference

This paper covers the proceedings of a conference held at the LBJ School of Public Affairs in Austin, Texas, on February 19-20, 1999. The conference was organized to air and discuss a proposal to develop a research and demonstration project to analyze the feasibility of extending Medicare benefits to eligible retirees in Mexico.

Topic I: Retirement Issues for Medicare Beneficiaries in Mexico

Topic II: Medicare Research and Demonstration Waivers

Topic III: Mexican Health Developments

Topic IV: Developing Health Networks in Mexico

Topic V: Related Topics: NAFTA and Trade in Health Services; Developments in Border Health; Cross Border Health Services; California Health Care Foundation

U.S.-Mexican Occasional Papers Series No. 7
1999 / 8.5" x 11" / 166 pp.
ISBN-10: 0-89940-580-0
Publication Code (-7)

 

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