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- World Bank Publications 2012; US$ 9.99
Despite substantial progress towards peace, economic growth, and better governance since 2003, Liberia remains one of the poorest countries in the world. The objective of this study is twofold. First it is to provide a basic diagnostic of both consumption-based poverty and human development (especially education and health) in the country using the... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2012; US$ 46.95
Sweeping changes have made NHS governance a crucial and contested issue. This invaluable text makes sense of the new systems, describing and assessing the new governance arrangements and accountabilities. It examines how they are working in practice, reporting on how practitioners are responding to the difficulties and paradoxes that arise. more...
- World Bank Publications 2012; US$ 19.99
Ghana is one of only several African countries to enact legislation and earmark financing for universal health insurance coverage for its entire population. Seven years into its implementation the Ghana National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) has made significant progress in transitioning to universal coverage, but faces significant fiscal and coverage... more...
- Encounter Books 2013; US$ 5.99
Medicaid, America?s government-run health insurance program for the poor, should be a lifeline that provides needed health care to Americans with no other options. Surprisingly, however, it doesn?t. The medical literature reveals a $450 billion-a-year scandal: that people on Medicaid have far worse health outcomes than those with private insurance,... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2014; US$ 63.95
Make sense of the managed care systems that dominate the world of EAP professionals and programs today! Employee Assistance Programs in Managed Care gives you a valuable overview of modern employee assistance programs. It compares and contrasts EAPs with managed behavioral care products and examines how EAPs are often provided in conjunction with... more...
- World Bank Publications 2014; US$ 19.99
The goals of universal health coverage (UHC) are to ensure that all people can access quality health services, to safeguard all people from public health risks, and to protect all people from impoverishment due to illness, whether from out-of-pocket payments for health care or loss of income when a household member falls sick. Countries as diverse... more...
- McGraw-Hill Education 2007; US$ 44.00
Virtually every developed country is facing rapidly rising health care costs. There is a widespread consensus that the primary factor driving health care cost growth in most countries is the continual development and diffusion of new, and generally more expensive, health care technologies. Health Care Coverage Determinations describes and analyzes... more...
- Wiley 2004; US$ 49.00
Toward a 21 st Century Health System is a collection of thoughtful analyses that explore a key element of the health care delivery system¾physician group practices. Edited by policy experts Alain Enthoven and Laura Tollen, and written by a blue ribbon panel of health policy scholars and leaders including Stephen Shortell, Hal Luft, Donald Berwick,... more...
- Palgrave Macmillan 1993; US$ 202.00
Some goods and services are normally left to the market mechanism. Health care is often described as an exception to the rule. Society wants care to be allocated equitably; it wants the financial burden to be kept within bounds; it wants treatments to be both medically effective and economically efficient. These shared concerns lead to a demand for... more...