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by Jon B. Christianson,Theodore R. Marmor
- ISBN: 0803918267
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- Author: Jon B. Christianson,Theodore R. Marmor
- Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
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- Language: English
- Publisher: SAGE Publications, Inc; 1 edition (June 1, 1982)
- Pages: 229 pages
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Health Care Policy: A Political Economy Approach. Theodore R. Marmor, Jon B. Christianson. Patricia M. Christianson," Journal of Political Economy 91, no. 4 (Au. 1983): 713-715.
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The authors use a political economy perspective to explain why the effects of public medical care policy in America are often at odds with widely accepted notions. The authors use a political economy perspective to explain why the effects of public medical care policy in America are often at odds with widely accepted notions of the public interest. Medical inflation, national heath insurance, reduction of hospital capacity, and regulation of long term care, are among the key issues discussed.
Marmor, Theodore R. and Christianson, Jon B. Bibliographic Citation. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications, 1982. Marmor, Theodore R. and Gill, Karyn C. (1989-09). Related Items in Google Scholar. Весь DSpace Сообщества и коллекции Авторы Названия By Creation Date Эта коллекция Авторы Названия By Creation Date.
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Health Care Policy: A Political Economy Approach.
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Taking different approaches, the two Sounding Board articles, by Emanuel et al. and Antos et a. present a range of options, including reducing both the prices and quantity of services for public and private payers, reducing administrative costs, implementing new market-based incentives,. While political analysis has commonly focused on the distributive problem of who gets what, many of the hardest choices facing modern societies are dilemmas of timing.
a political economy approach. by Theodore R. Marmor. Published 1982 by Sage Publications in Beverly Hills. Health Policy, Medical economics, Medical policy, Policy Making, United States, Essays, Delivery of Health Care, Politics. Includes bibliographical references.
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′An interesting insight into health care policy in the USA is provided by this book which systematically analyses medical care policy formation and implementation in that country...Very relevant to today′s debate in the United Kingdom.′ -- Journal of the Institute of Health Education, Vol 21 No 1
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