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The Health care mess: how we got into it and what it will take to get out

Author: Richmond, Julius B. ; Fein, RashiPublisher: Harvard University Press, 2005.Language: EnglishDescription: 307 p. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 0674619242Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Book Europe Campus
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Print RA500.33 .U7 R53 2005
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Includes bibliographical references and index


The Health Care Mess How we got into it and what it will take to get out Contents Foreword by Jimmy Carter Introduction Part I The Early Years · 1900-1965 xi 1 1 The Educational and Scientific Revolution: Higher Standards and Changing Priorities 2 The Consumer Revolution: Increasing Access to Medical Care Part Il In the Wake of Medicare and Medicaid · 1965-1985 9 30 3 Emerging Tensions between Regulation and Market Forces: Dealing with Growth 4 Education for the Health Professions: The Impact of Growth Part III Moving to the Present · 1985-2005 55 89 5 The Entrepreneurial Revolution: A Changing Face for Medicine 6 Beyond the Dollars: Progress in Health and the Role of Public Health Part IV Anticipating the Next Revolution · 2005 and Beyond 129 158 7 Medical Challenges and Opportunities 8 Increasing Equity: Achieving Universal Health Insurance Notes 265 Index 295 191 228

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