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Title
Health insurance :  its relation to the public health   / by B.S. Warren and Edgar Sydenstricker.
Name/Creator
Warren, B. S. (Benjamin S.), 1871-1935, creator
Sydenstricker, Edgar, 1881-1936
United States, Public Health Service., Office of the Surgeon General.
HOLLIS IDDigital Object
[Provides access to page images of entire work]  http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:FHCL:1130479 
Digital ObjectLocation
Widener

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Place of Origin
Washington [D.C.]
Publisher
G.P.O.
Language
English
Description
79 p. ; 23 cm.
Form/Genre
text

bibliography

print
Classification
HD7101 .W28 1916a

RA11.B175 no.76 2d ed.
Subject
Industrial hygiene -- United States ;  Health insurance ;  Health Insurance -- United States ;  National health insurance -- United States ;  Public health -- United States

Category
Regulation and Legislation

Public Health, 1900-

Health Insurance

Note
Appendix 1. British and German health-insurance systems -- Appendix 2. Typical sick-benefit funds in the United States -- Appendix 3. Health-insurance standards -- Appendix 4. Recommendations as to health insurance.

"Prepared by direction of the Surgeon General."

At head of title: Treasury Department, United States Public Health Service.

Includes bibliographical references.
Other Title
  Public health bulletin ; no. 76
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