Considers why U.S. society is believed to be less healthy in spite of disproportionate spending on health care, identifying a lack of social services, outdated care allocations, and a resistance to government programs as the problem.How could the United States devote so much money to health care and yet rank so poorly relative to other industrialized countries in key indicators of the nationa#39;s health? Per capita, the United States spends nearly double what some of itsanbsp;...
|Title||:||The American Health Care Paradox|
|Author||:||Elizabeth Bradley, Lauren Taylor|
|Publisher||:||PublicAffairs - 2013-11-05|