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"There are few pieces of social legislation that you can say will touch everybody," health care consultant Charles Stanfield said.
"This," said Stanfield, president of Brookfield-based BeneCorp Inc., is the much-anticipated health care reform proposal from the Clinton administration.
The significant impact the pending legislation is likely to have on the country explains why a cottage industry of health care reform information has sprung up since Bill Clinton was elected president 10 months ago, Stanfield said.
New periodicals with titles such as "Inside Health Care Reform," "Health Care System Reform Alert," and "Health Care Visions" are being snapped up by eager subscribers.
The mailboxes of consultants, employee benefit managers, health care providers, insurers and others have been filling up in recent months with invitations to must-attend seminars on what is or is not going to be in the president's proposal.
People are hungry for that information, Stanfield noted, because the …