Care and consequences

the impact of health care reform
  • 325 Pages
  • 4.86 MB
  • 95 Downloads
  • English

Fernwood , Halifax, N.S
Health care reform., Medical po
Statementedited by Diana L. Gustafson.
ContributionsGustafson, Diana L.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRA"394"C37"2000
The Physical Object
Pagination325 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20779043M
ISBN 101552660338
LC Control Number2002392151

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6 surprises from health care reform. The policy consequences of failing to repeal ACA are less conjectural. One of the most ill-conceived and authoritarian pieces of legislation enacted in the last years will be left standing, despite the havoc it is wreaking on the health care system.

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Disguised behind talk of community, care closer to home, consumer choice, patient rights, cost-containment and improved efficiencies, the business model has ushered in “bottom line” financial management which has brought us steadily deteriorating health care services.

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