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The fragmentation of U.S. health care : causes and solutions

Author: Einer Elhauge
Publisher: New York ; Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2010.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Why is the American health care system so fragmented in the care it gives patients? This title approaches this question and more with a highly interdisciplinary approach. The articles included in the work address legal and regulatory issues, including laws that mandate separate payments for each provider.
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Einer Elhauge
ISBN: 9780195390131 019539013X 9780199775934 0199775931
OCLC Number: 696014389
Description: 1 online resource (viii, 388 Seiten)
Contents: Our Fragmented Health Care System: Causes and Solutions ; Why We Should Care About Healthcare Fragmentation and How to Fix It - Einer Elhauge ; Health Care Fragmentation: We Get What We Pay For - David Hyman ; Organizational Fragmentation and Care Quality in the US Health Care System - Randal Cebul, James Rebitzer, Lowell J. Taylor, & Mark Votruba ; Curing Fragmentation With Integrated Delivery Systems: What They Do, What Has Blocked Them, Why We Need Them, And How To Get There From Here - Alain Enthoven ; Defragmenting Health Care Delivery Through Quality Reporting - Kristin Madison ; Competition Policy and Organizational Fragmentation in Health Care - Thomas Greaney ; Of Doctors and Hospitals: Setting the Analytical Framework for Managing and Regulating the Relationship - James Blumstein ; Property, Privacy and the Pursuit of Integrated Medical Records - Mark A. Hall ; Value-Based Purchasing Opportunities in Traditional Medicare: A Proposal and Legal Evaluation - Lawrence Casalino & Timothy Jost ; A More Equitable and Efficient Approach to Insuring the Uninsurable - Eric Helland & Jonathan Klick ; Ending the Specialty Hospital Wars: A Plea for Pilot Programs as Information-Forcing Regulatory Design - Frank Pasquale ; Fragmentation in Mental Health Benefits and Services: A Preliminary Examination into Consumption and Outcomes - Barak Richman, Dan Grossman, & Frank Sloan ; From Visible Harm to Relative Risk: Overcoming Fragmented Pharmacovigilance? - Arthur Daemmrich ; The US Healthcare System: A Product of American History and Values - David Johnson & Nancy Kane ; American Health Care Policy and Politics: Is Fragmentation a Helpful Category for Understanding Health Reform Experience and Prospects? - Theodore Marmor
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Why is the American health care system so fragmented in the care it gives patients? This title approaches this question and more with a highly interdisciplinary approach. The articles included in the work address legal and regulatory issues, including laws that mandate separate payments for each provider.

Why is the American health care system so fragmented in the care it gives patients? This title approaches this question and more with a highly interdisciplinary approach. The articles included in the work address legal and regulatory issues, including laws that mandate separate payments for each provider.

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