Health Care Politics, Policy, and Distributive Justice: The Ironic Triumph
SUNY Press, 1 gen 1992 - 339 pagine
This book describes and evaluates power and influence in the creation, administration, and distribution of health care in the United States. His work is uniquely concerned with distributive justice as well as power. Who ought to receive more (or less) health care? How should we decide these distributions? Such questions are addressed in works of philosophy with little attention to political, legal, and economic analysis of budget dilemmas, professional and industrial politics, and technology. This volume takes the issue a step further by placing health policy issues in the broader context of American politics, illuminating the conflict between health resources and other needs, and evaluating the trade offs.
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Distribution of Savings Resulting from TaxFree Status
Disguising the Tragic Choice First and SecondOrder
Cost Factors of NICUs for Very Low Birth Weight Infants
Social Security and Hospital Taxpayers and Beneficiaries
Total Health Care Expenditures in the Four Years Before
Plan with Varying Deductibles Copayments
Reagan Administration Budget Projections and Actual
Social Security and Medicare Contribution Rates
Socialism Private Enterprise or State Regulation
Health Insurance Coverage in U S I987
Politics by Formula Adjustments for DRGs 198488
Where ls Justice?
I3 Medical Liability and the Insurance Crisis
Increase in Malpractice Claims Premiums and Payments
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