Health Politics and Policy

Health Politics and Policy

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The fourth edition of Health Politics and Policy examines the political arena in which United States health care policies are made, and provides a framework for understanding how the process works. This book conveys the excitement of health care politics and covers the issues facing the American health care system. Factors that shape health policy are discussed in detail, including values, private players, and government, as well as the resulting dynamic of these forces. A comparison of the U.S. system to others offers a foundation for understanding our system within an international context. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.One of our great national myths offers a popular answer: The first colonists sailed away from old world tyranny and settled a vast ... The answer to the problem of faction (or interests), wrote James Madison in Federalist #10, is to inject an a€œeven anbsp;...

Title:Health Politics and Policy
Author:James Morone, Theodor Litman, Leonard Robins
Publisher:Cengage Learning - 2008-01-03


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