A useful guide to the extensive, but hard to find, academic and practice journal literature on health care reform.Instead, they catered to minority interests (usually insurers and pharmaceutical companies), ignored the sentiment of ... of exclusion and a language of conflict, instead of constructing a centrist, bipartisan coalition for health care reform. ... A second constraint against business leadership in the struggle for reform is the uneven manner in which health costs affect firms. ... of 11 percent annually completely refutes the idea that competition between insurance companies will reduce costs.
|Title||:||American Health Care in Transition|
|Author||:||Barbara A. Haley, Brian Deevey|
|Publisher||:||Greenwood Publishing Group - 1997-01-01|