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The combination of prospective and retrospective analyses draws on the strengths of both orientations by estimating the impact of proposed mandates while also evaluating the specific and cumulative effects of the existing mandates. Designated Reviewers Returning to Table 2the five different approaches for designating responsibility for conducting the reviews each have their strengths and weaknesses. Requiring that the proponents of mandated benefit legislation conduct the review removes any financial or administrative burden associated with conducting the review from the state government.

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California's MBR law is distinctive in that it relies directly on the University of California with its five medical schools and two schools of public health and the expertise of its faculty working in medicine, health services research, public policy, economics, and public health. The primary disadvantage of designating responsibility for the reviews to a university system is the potential conflict of interest that the university itself may have as an employer in the state with concerns about increasing health care costs for university employees. However, to the extent that responsibility for conducting the reviews is delegated to health services research faculty with no direct interests in the outcome of the legislation, such potential conflicts can be minimized.

California's law, for example, explicitly requires a process to examine conflicts of interest. Time Frames for Reporting The specified time frame for conducting reviews is another important factor in an analysis of the MBR laws. One advantage of having one-time or periodic reports e. However, periodic reporting may not be as useful or timely for mandates as they progress through the legislature. In most state legislatures, there are times during the legislative calendar beyond which new bills may not be introduced and when bills must be referred to the Governor for signature.

Thus, states that ensure that reviews are completed prior to their consideration will be most relevant. For the nine MBR laws that detail a specific time frame e. The shortest specified time frames are found in the MBR laws of Georgia 20 days and Kentucky 30 days. These time frames ensure a short turnaround, so that information can be quickly incorporated into the legislative process, however, these laws are also limited in the number and types of review criteria they can examine given the limited time for the review see Table 3. While one might think that a relatively long-time frame would be associated with requirements for a more thorough examination of the mandate, those with the longest time frames Minnesota with days, Virginia with 24 months do not appear to include the most comprehensive set of review criteria.

The California and New Jersey MBR laws, on the other hand, require that reviews cover a relatively broad set of review criteria in a day time period. Review Criteria The aspect of the MBR laws where there appears to be the most variation is the specific review criteria examined and the breadth of criteria covered see Table 3. One advantage of looking at a limited number of criteria is that it allows for an easier comparison of results across mandates. For example, if the only consideration of the analysis is the impact on monthly health insurance premiums, as is the case with South Carolina and Tennessee, decision makers can discern the differences between mandates relatively quickly.

Additionally, reviews with few criteria may not require as many resources e. While there is no doubt that the cost and social impacts examined by a majority of the MBR laws are important, by analyzing a more comprehensive set of criteria the reviews can provide the state legislature with a greater understanding of a range of implications of a health insurance benefit mandate and prioritize according to costs and medical effectiveness. By relying on the medical effectiveness literature, the reviews may reduce the likelihood that mandates will be enacted for services that have not found to be effective and could potentially harm patients, or for which there is not enough evidence available to assess their effectiveness.

The medical effectiveness criteria can also be used in projecting the impact the mandate will have on the public's health McMenamin, Halpin, and Ganiats Value in health care has come to mean the improvement in health realized from an investment in health care, rather than just cost-savings.

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Of states mandating remaining category, quality statex care impacts, attempts to explore an aspect of benefit mandates that is perhaps the most difficult to capture in a review, but its inclusion in the MBR laws of Hawaii, Maine, Massachusetts, and Ohio signals the growing concerns over the quality of medial care Of states mandating the desire on the part of the legislature to take the quality of health care provided to manvating residents of a state mandaying consideration. Other Components of State MBR Laws Although these three characteristics of sttes MBR laws maandating infrequently mentioned, they are worth examining because they have important implications in how a mandate is mandatiny.

The use of actuaries, however, is expensive. As stated previously, a majority of the MBR laws do not specify a funding source for the reviews and many of those that do indicate that funding is tied to administrative manndating legislative budgets. While this funding approach seems reasonable for conducting reviews of state legislation, one drawback is that their funding could be threatened in economically lean years. In three states Maryland, Tennessee, and Washingtonfor example, there is mention that supplementary funding may be available.

In contrast, California's approach of relying on insurer fees to fund the reviews designates a stable, off-budget financing mechanism and enables the reviewers to hire the staff necessary to support them in producing consistent and high-quality reports to serve the information needs of the state legislature. In utilizing this approach, however, it is important that insurers have no influence over either how the review is conducted or the findings. Additionally, one potential disadvantage to this approach is that insurers could pass along the costs of the reviews to consumers.

Still, as the costs of conducting the reviews are small in comparison with total health care expenditures, it is unlikely that the costs of conducting these reviews would ever reach a level where the state population and legislature would need to consider whether the reviews provide enough value to justify this expense. The final characteristic examined is the establishment of a system for data collection, as specified in the MBR laws of Colorado, New Jersey, and Virginia. The difficulty arises here how one is to regard the Asiatic countries under the British and French mandates. Iraq is a Kingdom in regard to which Great Britain has undertaken responsibilities equivalent to those of a Mandatory Power.

Under the British mandate, Palestine and Transjordan have each an entirely separate organisation. We are, therefore, in the presence of three States sufficiently separate to be considered as distinct Parties. France has received a single mandate from the Council of the League of Nations, but in the countries subject to that mandate, one can distinguish two distinct States: Syria and the Lebanon, each State possessing its own constitution and a nationality clearly different from the other. The territory finally attained independence in as Namibiaafter a long guerrilla war of independence against the apartheid regime. Nearly all the former League of Nations mandates had become sovereign states byincluding all of the former United Nations Trust Territories with the exception of a few successor entities of the gradually dismembered Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands formerly Japan's South Pacific Trust Mandate.

These exceptions include the Northern Mariana Islands which is a commonwealth in political union with the United States with the status of unincorporated organized territory. The Northern Mariana Islands does elect its own governor to serve as territorial head of governmentbut it remains a U. Remnant Micronesia and the Marshall Islandsthe heirs of the last territories of the Trust, attained final independence on 22 December