Health Care Politics and Policy in America
Fully updated in this new edition, Health Care Politics and Policy in America combines a historical overview of U.S. health policy and programs with analysis of current trends and reform efforts.
This edition includes expanded discussion of equity issues and whether there is a "right" to health care, and a new chapter on the issue of medical liability. The concluding chapter brings the story of health care policy up to the end of the millennium, with particular attention to the managed care revolution and reaction to it.
The book equips readers with the basic tools for drawing more informed judgments in the ongoing debate about health care policy in the United States.
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Health Care Politics
Health Care Policy in the United States
Health Care for the Poor
Health Care for the Elderly and Disabled
Falling through the Cracks
Health Care Cost Containment
State Governments and Cost Containment
The Private Sector and Cost Containment
Health Care Technology