Health Care Systems: Rethinking health care systems
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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