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Funding for unemployment insurance is derived from an employer payroll tax. This difficulty of absolute definition is especially applicable to social welfare because its function is inherently adaptive: it is both compensatory and innovative for other areas of social organization. The programs represent entitlements to all Americans but benefits are only paid to individuals and families with low income. For these traditional service providers, the emergence of managed care may result in significant losses of revenue and ability to serve uninsured clients.

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Publisher: Royal College of Psychiatrists; 1 edition (August 2000)

ISBN: 190124248X

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