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Health care reform in the nineties

Author: Pauline Vaillancourt Rosenau
Publisher: Thousand Oaks, Calif. : SAGE Publications, ©1994.
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"Our nation's health care system is in crisis. Although no other country in the world allocates as large a portion of its GDP to health care as does the United States, it is clear that the most basic health needs of many Americans are not being met, with disastrous implications for both the individual and our society as a whole. Health Care Reform in the Nineties presents the first extensive study of this  Read more...
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Health care reform in the nineties.
Thousand Oaks, Calif. : SAGE Publications, ©1994
(OCoLC)657303314
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Pauline Vaillancourt Rosenau
ISBN: 0803957297 9780803957299 0803957300 9780803957305
OCLC Number: 29878165
Description: 306 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Health system reform in the United States: introduction / Pauline Vaillancourt Rosenau --
National health systems throughout the world: lessons for health system reform in the United States / Milton I. Roemer --
Should single-payer advocates support President Clinton's proposal for health care reform? / E. Richard Brown --
Managing the contradictions in the Clinton health plan / Dan E. Beauchamp, Paul M. Ambrose --
A way to achieve national health insurance in the United States: the medicare expansion proposal / Michael D. Intriligator --
Health care reform: a public health perspective / Joyce C. Lashof --
Reinventing public health: President Clinton's Health Security Act / Philip R. Lee --
Equity, accessibility, and ethical issues: is the U.S. health care reform debate asking the right questions? / Lu Ann Aday --
Federalism and health care reform / Colleen M. Grogan --
Defining a role for states in a federal health care system / Russell L. Hanson --
Institutional change and the health politics of the nineties / Mark A. Peterson --
American business and health care reform / Linda A. Bergthold --
Managing national health reform: business and the politics of policy innovation / Cathie Jo Martin --
Health care reform: a labor perspective / J. Peter Nixon --
Older Americans and health care reform in the nineties / Robert H. Binstock --
When the phoenix rises, where will she go? The women's health agenda / Chris Hafner-Eaton --
Assuring access to health care for homeless people under national health care / Michael R. Cousineau, John N. Lozier --
Health system reform in the nineties / Pauline Vaillancourt Rosenau.
Responsibility: edited by Pauline Vaillancourt Rosenau.
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"Our nation's health care system is in crisis. Although no other country in the world allocates as large a portion of its GDP to health care as does the United States, it is clear that the most basic health needs of many Americans are not being met, with disastrous implications for both the individual and our society as a whole. Health Care Reform in the Nineties presents the first extensive study of this long-neglected issue. This compilation is a valuable tool for policymakers and all others concerned with the most pressing social issue of our time. Editor Pauline Vaillancourt Rosenau has brought together a diverse group of distinguished scholars and policymakers to examine health reform issues, offering readers the broadest possible perspective."--BOOK JACKET. "Providing crucial information on topics ranging from existing health care systems at the state level, federal level, and abroad to the agendas of special interest groups (health care providers, business and trade unions, women, the elderly, and the homeless), this work stands as a reasoned source of fact and opinion for the present - with vision for future expansion and improvement."--Jacket.

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