The book is organized in 5 parts. First are 3 chapters offering historical background and an overview of health care organization. Part 2 consists of seven chapters on developing countries--five of them specific countries and two on certain aspects of developing countries as a whole. Part 3 is devoted to industrialized countries--three chapters on selected nations and three on strategies and their effects on groups of such countries. Part 4 offers analyses of four socialist countries--two of which are industrialized and developed and two of which are more agricultural and less economically developed. Part 5 contains chapters that examine five features of all health care systems as they are implemented under various national strategies.Ingman, S. R., and A. E. Thomas, eds., Topias and Utopias in Health: Policy Studies (The Hague: Mouton Publishers, 1974). International Development Research Centre, Low-Cost Rural Health Care and Health Manpower Training: Ananbsp;...
|Title||:||National Strategies for Health Care Organization|
|Author||:||Milton Irwin Roemer|