Chronic Condition: Why Health Reform Fails

Chronic Condition Why Health Reform Fails Chronic Condition provides a compelling analysis of the causes of the current health care crisis and of the shortcomings of reform proposals It also offers an imaginative framework for reform that wh

  • Title: Chronic Condition: Why Health Reform Fails
  • Author: Sherry A. Glied
  • ISBN: 9780674128934
  • Page: 133
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Chronic Condition provides a compelling analysis of the causes of the current health care crisis and of the shortcomings of reform proposals It also offers an imaginative framework for reform that, while minimizing government interference, would provide a means for financing care for the less affluent After careful analysis of the ill fated Clinton plan, Glied proposes aChronic Condition provides a compelling analysis of the causes of the current health care crisis and of the shortcomings of reform proposals It also offers an imaginative framework for reform that, while minimizing government interference, would provide a means for financing care for the less affluent After careful analysis of the ill fated Clinton plan, Glied proposes a new solution that would make the willingness to pay for innovation the means of financing health care improvements for the less affluent While rejecting the idea that the distribution of health care should be equal, Glied s proposal would enable all Americans to benefit from the dynamics of the free market.

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