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The battle over health care : what Obama's reform means for America's future

Author: Rosemary Gibson; Janardan Prasad Singh
Publisher: Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, ©2011.
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Drawing on decades of experience in health care policy, health care delivery reform, and economics, provides a non-partisan analysis of Obama's health care reform and what it means for America and its future.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rosemary Gibson; Janardan Prasad Singh
ISBN: 9781442214491 144221449X 9781442214514 1442214511
OCLC Number: 741999159
Description: viii, 223 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Health insurers : what did they get? --
The drug deal of the century --
Hospitals and doctors : their take-away --
Who pays for trillion dollar health reform? --
How the AMA killed the family doctor --
The real reason hospitals don't stop harming patients --
Hospitals : do this, not that --
Too big to fail just got bigger --
If only they were Iphones --
Good-bye busboys --
Promises made, promises broken --
Government by default --
The real medical malpractice fix --
Health care fraud : follow the money --
10 steps to more affordable health care.
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