Financing Health Care: New Ideas for a Changing Society
Mingshan Lu, Egon Jonsson
John Wiley & Sons, 2008 - Medical - 279 pages
Discussing international issues of health care financing, this is the first volume in a completely new public health book series, edited by the Institute of Health Economics (IHE) in Edmonton, Canada.
Starting with various funding methods, the reference also features sections on different health care payment and purchasing mechanisms, as well as equity issues.
Of interest to medical and allied health professionals, and those working in health care industries, insurance, and economics.
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Inducing Quality from Health Care Providers in the Presence
Government Funding of Health Care
Private Financing Outside the Publicly Funded System
Prescription Drug Financing
New Ideas for a Changing Society Edited by Mingshan Lu and Egon Jonsson
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