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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version.
Rooney, J. Patrick, 1927-
America's health care crisis solved.
Hoboken : Wiley, ©2008
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
J Patrick Rooney; Dan Perrin
|ISBN:||9780470275726 0470275723 9780470334416 047033441X 1281381756 9781281381750|
|Description:||1 online resource (xxi, 242 pages) : illustrations|
|Contents:||No money, no healthcare --
Why the money's running out --
A new scarlet letter --
Why nationalized healthcare is no cure all --
Fair care --
Give seniors what they want (and save money doing it) --
Give control to consumers through HSAs --
Establish fair medical prices --
Make medical prices transparent --
Build risk pools --
Build a national marketplace --
Make basic healthcare cheaper and more convenient --
Do it right the first time --
Wrapping it all up.
|Responsibility:||J. Patrick Rooney and Dan Perrin.|
America's Health Care Crisis Solved, highlights the major pitfalls of the current American health care system and show why, without changes, health care costs will soon demolish the American economy. The alternative they address includes bringing the self-interest of the American consumer into the purchase of health care. The authors examine how an insured family's spending can be reduced by as much as the deductible and how for the uninsured, the government could stand in place of an employer to pay part of the cost of health insurance. Page by page, Rooney and Perrin skillfully explain their.
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- Medical care, Cost of -- United States.
- Health insurance -- United States.
- Health care reform -- United States.
- BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Industries -- General.
- Health care reform.
- Health insurance.
- Medical care, Cost of.
- United States.
- Electronic books.
- Health Care Costs -- United States.
- Health Care Reform -- economics -- United States.
- Insurance Coverage -- United States.