Rosen, Edgar

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AMH-PN3141
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MD
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Oakland CA
[Identity uncertain, but probably Edgar Rosen, a California internist.]

Name also appears as "Rosenow" in the Minutes of the Pima County Medical Society, 1904-1954.

Both times mentioned along with Paul I. Hoagland (q.v.).

Google Books:[“edgar rosen” insurance]:
Medical economics, Volume 41, 1964, page 67:
... Dr. Paul Hoagland, chairman of California Physicians Service board of trustees: "Most of us think that patients whose ...[<-- same page? -->] The California experience proves one other thing, according to Dr. Edgar Rosen, an Oakland internist: Blue ...

Medical economics: Volume 41
1964
[ agree with Dr. Edgar Rosen's argument in "Tell Third Parties but Not the Patient?" A doctor is morally obligated — and sometimes legally obligated — to tell an insurance applicant of any condition that would seriously affect his health ...

Current medicine for attorneys: Volume 9; 1963
is the important subject of an article by Edgar Rosen, MD, appearing in Medical Economics, April 8, 1963. ... Rosen illustrates this theme by relating his experience with an insurance company who requested a statement from him ...

Bulletin of the Public Affairs Information Service: annual cumulation: Volume 49
Public Affairs Information Service, H.W. Wilson Company - 1963
Edgar Rosen. Med Econ 39:95-7 O 8 "62 Medicare in Saskatchewan [first compulsory medical care insurance plan in North America].

Hearings: Volume 1; 1964
[From Medical Economics, Oct. 8, 1962] Let's Abolish Blue Shield Income Ceiling if Blue Shield paid realistic average amounts to MD's, it could offer broad service benefits to everyone, says this internist (By Edgar Rosen, MD) I don't ...

Veterans' Administration Medical Program 1964 - 1218 pages
1962] Let's Abolish Blue Shield?] Income Ceilings If Blue Shield paid realistic average amounts to MD's, it could offer broad service benefits to everyone, says this internist (By Edgar Rosen, MD) I don't ask a bank president to pay any more than anyone else for my services...

Lab world: Volume 22; 1971
I would like to present rebuttal to some of the views presented in the article. Dr. Edgar Rosen — The "operational problem of tying together two claims" is nothing more than an excuse for a poorly designed computer system. ...
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