Distributing Health Care: Principles, Practices and Policies
Imprint Academic, 2007 - Medical - 261 pages
How ought a society to distribute its publicly funded healthcare resources? Few questions are in more urgent need of an answer. This multidisciplinary investigation brings together the insights of philosophy, clinical science, health economics, operational research and public policy analysis.
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Paul Carrick The Public Funding of Health Care
Niall Maclean Philosophical Approaches to The Problem
Howard Glennerster The UK System of Health Funding
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