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date: 28 October 2020

Bechill, William D.locked

(1928–2007)
  • Paul H. EphrossPaul H. EphrossSchool of Social Work, University of Maryland

Summary

William D. Bechill (1928–2007) was a social worker who raised public and governmental consciousness about the needs of older Americans. He was responsible for the original design of the Medi–Cal legislation in California, which anticipated much of the Federal Medicare.

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  • Social Work

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