An engaging and clinically applicable work on the principles and structure of the U.S. healthcare system
Understanding Health Policy is the best-written, most informative book available on the subject-and it's the #1 choice for health-care students and professionals alike. The authors carefully weave key principles, descriptions, and concrete examples into chapters that make important health policy issues both interesting and understandable.
Fully updated to reflect current issues in the ever-changing world of health care, the newest edition addresses all the topics that affect you most, from the structure and organization of the industry to issues regarding government and private insurance to access to healthcare.
Everything you need to understand how the health care system works - and your role in it:
*Clinical vignettes in every chapter illustrate key points
*Detailed treatment of both U.S. and international issues
*A complete chapter of review questions
*NEW Expanded coverage of health-care workers other than physicians
*NEW Closer scrutiny of the pharmaceutical industry
*NEW Brand-new chapter on the medical education system
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McGraw-Hill Medical Publishing Division
August 16, 2008
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