receiving-social security or railroad retirement
benefits financed by an increase
In taxes for workers and emnloyers under
the social security and railroad retirement
administrative mechanisms. Similar
benefits are provided certain
uninsured individuals 65 or over out of
general Federal revenues. No benefits
arc provided for any doctor or physician
expenses and physicians and private doctors
are not covered in any way by this
BENEFITS FUR:KISIIEO BY CORE PLAN
The benefits would consist of payments
to heaHh facilities and organizations for
services rendered to covered individuals.
Such payments may be made for the following
kinds of services:
F1rst. Inpatient hospital care for 90
days per benefit period subject to a deductible
of $10 per day for the first 9
days, but not less than $20; or, upon
election, 45 days per period with no deductible,
or, upon election, 180 days
with a deductible of the lesser of (aJ 2\':!
t;mes the average per diem rate for such
services throughout the Nation under
the program-until 1967 the bill sets the
per diem rate at $37, thus the deductible
init1ally will be $92.50-or
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