Health of the nation: solutions that make everyone a winner
This essential resource for businesses & individuals presents a clear & concise analysis of the complex problem of controlling the astronomical cost of health care in the U.S. & outlines simple, yet highly effective solutions. "The beauty of our solution," says Anku, "is that it accomplishes these goals in a free market WITHOUT MANDATES OR TAX INCREASES." Our health care crisis is primarily due to excessive & unaffordable costs. Industry is already spending 50 PERCENT OF AFTER-TAX DOLLARS on health care. Hence, any solution that deals with pouring more money into the health care system is the wrong remedy. This book clearly demonstrates how individuals, businesses & government can maintain or improve quality, & yet drastically reduce the current & future cost of medical care. Dr. Anku has successfully coupled these concepts with malpractice reform & changes in physician practice patterns to present a comprehensive & practical agenda for transformation of our health care system. Dr. Louis Sullivan calls the book a "singular contribution...a very readable, important document. Readers will find it insightful & stimulating--a blue print that makes all of us 'winners'." For orders & information: Achilles Publishers, Inc., 7225 Old Oak Blvd., B312, Cleveland, OH 44130. Phone: (216) 243-5778, FAX: (216) 243-5777 or contact Baker & Taylor.
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