7 edition of America"s health care revolution found in the catalog.
|Statement||Joseph A. Califano, Jr.|
|Series||A Touchstone book|
|LC Classifications||RA410.53 .C35 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||247 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||247|
|LC Control Number||88033079|
A health care revolution. So Bernie is right. And the good news is that Hillary is suggesting a limited “public option” for those over 50 years old. She is evidently hearing Bernie’s message, and recognizing the inexorable direction of the future. No matter who wins in November, it is time for a health care revolution. Ten years after the landmark legislation, Ezekiel Emanuel leads a crowd of experts, policy-makers, doctors, and scholars as they evaluate the Affordable Care Act's history so March , the Affordable Care Act officially became one of the seminal laws determining American health care. From day one, the law was challenged in court, making it to the Supreme Court four separate times.
American health care insurance prior to --Dreams of a medical utopia --The HMO Act and its aftermath --Health care in rural America --Affiliated providers and necessary compromises --Emerging problems with Medicare and Medicaid --Entering a management revolution --Assessing HMO quality and consumer satisfaction in the s --Idealism. Mad in America’s mission is to serve as a catalyst for rethinking psychiatric care in the United States (and abroad). We believe that the current drug-based paradigm of care has failed our society, and that scientific research, as well as the lived experience of those who have been diagnosed with a psychiatric disorder, calls for profound change.
THE RISE AND FALL OF HMOS: An American Health Care Revolution Jan Coombs, Author. Univ. of Wisconsin $35 (p) ISBN MORE BOOKS . In The American Health Care Paradox, Bradley and Taylor illuminate how narrow definitions of?health care,” archaic divisions in the distribution of health and social services, and our allergy to government programs combine to create needless suffering in individual lives, even as health care spending continues to soar.
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Price New from Used from 3/5(1). Primary Health Care in Cuba examines the highly successful model of primary health care in Cuba following the Cuban Revolution. This model, developed during a time of dramatic social and political change, created a preventive care system to better provide equity access to health care/5(3).
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 22 cm. Contents: Revolution --Chrysler story --How did we get here?--Health industry colossus --Medicine men --Temples of the medicine men --Profitable acolytes --Government money trees --Great health care cost shell game --Of nursing homes, golden ponds, and death control --Shaping the revolution.
America's health care revolution. New York: Random House, © (OCoLC) Online version: Califano, Joseph A., America's health care revolution. New York: Random House, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Joseph A Califano, Jr.
"In his new book, The Grassroots Health Care Revolution: How Companies Across America Are Dramatically Cutting Their Health Care Costs While Improving Care, John Torinus shows through his many interviews with employers and employees how a patient-centric model of reform is the solution to what ails Americas health care revolution book system.
This book is a must-read."Reviews: 9. Author and healthcare executive Thomas Loker in his recently released "The History and Evolution of Healthcare in America" provides an outstanding historical perspective on the evolution of healthcare in America. He begins with his ancestors arriving inin what would become Maryland, after fleeing religious persecution in s: In this interview, we discuss Peter’s new book, A Manifesto for Mental Health, Why We Need a Revolution in Mental Health Care, which presents a radically new and distinctive outlook that critically examines the dominant ‘disease-model’ of mental health care.
The book highlights persuasive evidence that our mental health and wellbeing. As health care concerns grow in the U.S., medical anthropologist Linda M. Whiteford and social psychologist Larry G. Branch present their findings on a health care anomaly, from an unlikely source.
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The Saga of a British Redcoat Regiment in the American Revolution" by Mark Urban. I read another book called The Brave Bostonians that I enjoyed and. America's Health Care Revolution: Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Pays by Joseph A.
Califano Jr. Random House. Hardcover. LIKE NEW. Like new, very light shelf wear. When exploding health care costs threatened Serigraph’s solvency, CEO John Torinus Jr.
went outside the box to find a solution. Using his findings, Torinus applied innovative, cutting-edge strategies to cut his health care expenses well below the national average while improving his employees’ care/5.
The Rise and Fall of HMOs: An American Health Care Revolution By Jan Gregoire Coombs. Madison, University of Wisconsin Press, $ ISBN: In this engaging and remarkably balanced book, Jan Coombs traces the revolution unleashed in the early s.
This book should be required reading for anyone interested in understanding the continuing problems of health care in America." —Ronald L. Numbers, coeditor of Sickness and Health in America. About this Item: Random House, New York, Hard Cover. Condition: New.
Dust Jacket Condition: New. A study of American health care changes, both institutional and personal, how the efforts of government and private sector have had some surprising results, the explosive growth of the elderly population and their health needs - and the equally explosive growth in costs for same - research.
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who pays?, by Joseph A. Califano, Jr. NY: Random House,pp. Price: $ cloth. Randall R. Bovbjerg. Senior Research Associate at The Urban Institute's Health Policy Center in Washington, DC. His review draws upon work done for the Institute's project on Changing.
The Online Health Care Revolution. By Lee Rainie and Susannah Fox. The Internet’s powerful influence on “health seekers” Fifty-two million American adults, or 55% of those with Internet access, have used the Web to get health or medical information. We call them “health seekers” and a majority of them go online at least once a month.
7. Elizabeth A. Fenn, Pox Americana: The Great Smallpox Epidemic of (Hill and Wang, ) - Just as the American Revolution was a beginning a smallpox outbreak began causing chaos and death across the colonies.
Fenn describes how the smallpox outbreak almost destroyed Washington's colonial army and spread throughout the colonies during the war.Although the healthcare system continues to embrace technology, it still has complexities that cause delays and errors, and loss of time and money for patients, providers and payers.
We should use tools and technology that enable cloud-based data delivery, integrated ecosystems, process automation, and intelligent workflow to move the industry. FWIW, the first half of the book is more of a history of American healthcare and explanation of how insurance works that is relatively unbiased.
I suggested it since it's a quick read and a bit easier to understand than some other more textbooky type books that claim to be intro level books but expect a certain level of background knowledge.