Health Care Systems: Rethinking health care systems

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Jonathan Watson, Pavel Ovseiko
Taylor & Francis, 2005 - Health services administration - 704 pages
This collection reprints key articles covering the organization, financing, and regulation of health care systems in three distinct contexts:
* the development and growth of health care systems
* health care systems in transition and under reform
* future directions in the evolution of health [care] systems.
A general introduction in the first volume provides a review of the collection as a whole, and individual volume introductions set the context for each volume.A general introduction in the first volume provides a review of the collection as a whole, and individual volume introductions set the context for each volume.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgements
ix
Health and sustainable development
11
Introduction to Part 7
12
Estimates of global and regional potential health gains
25
health inequalities
49
Impact of childhood and adulthood socioeconomic position
78
Does housing tenure predict health in the UK because
91
Health transitions
109
the implications
322
Globalization and socioeconomic restructuring
334
Committed to health for all? How the G7G8 rate
365
Introduction to Part 8
395
Barriers to employmentrelated healthy public policy
410
Reconfiguring health systems
430
Strategic asset management
439
a comparative
456

the cultural social
136
Health and public policy
174
a critique
210
Issues in promoting health
237
Governing health
251
results and options
268
Consuming research producing policy?
283
making health development sustainable
304
alternatives for capital
476
Capacity building
483
What do we know about capacity building? An overview
498
a conceptual
537
Partnership working
561
applying evidence to improve
599
Index
642
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