CHICAGO -- The Clinton administration's national health-care reform plan will not lead to immediate, dramatic reevaluations and debt rating changes for health care issuers, Standard & Poor's Corp. said in a special report released yesterday.

"We're not expecting large scale reviews of ratings because what the Clinton plan is doing is accelerating the trend that is already taking place and is already incorporated in our ratings," said Michael Dorfsman, director of communications at Standard & Poor's.

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