Understanding Health Policy: A Clinical Approach
Lange Medical Books/McGraw-Hill, Medical Pub. Division, 2002 - Medical - 222 pages
Already the number one text on health policy and rapidly becoming a classic, Understanding Health Policy: A Clinical Approach 3E covers such fundamental topics as cost containment, health insurance, managed care, and physician and hospital payment. Extensive case histories, drawn from the authors' actual practice, bring to life important policy issues by pinpointing individual encounters within the healthcare system.
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Please consider this important new edition for your course. Your students will gain an engaging text, that according to a review by the Journal of Health, Politics, Policy, and Law of the prior edition, "goes a long way toward helping readers understand how the health care system has worked in the past, how it is changing, and how it might work under different scenarios in the future."
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - writer1985 - LibraryThing
This is an excellent introduction to a tricky subject: health policy in the United States and abroad. The authors use case study-like sidebars (which I believe are all true, with names and changed) to ... Read full review
Review: Understanding Health PolicyUser Review - Angeline Muday - Goodreads
Standard mainstream primer. No histrionics. Good introduction to the system. Read full review
The Changing U S Health Care System
Paying for Health Care
Access to Health Care
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