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Administration & Medicine Economics
  • Author:
    Cam Donaldson
  • ISBN:
    1847427537
  • ISBN13:
    978-1847427533
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  • Publisher:
    Policy Press (February 16, 2011)
  • Pages:
    160 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Administration & Medicine Economics
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Cam Donaldson is an excellent provocative economics writer who can tell it like it is and engage people in the big issues of the day. This book is open to everyone but does not simplify the complex world that we face.

Cam Donaldson is an excellent provocative economics writer who can tell it like it is and engage people in the big issues of the day. Anyone who pays for or manages health services will benefit from this book, including every clinician and every citizen. Sir Muir Gray, CBE, Co-Director, NHS QIPP Programme. Cam Donaldson, Institute of Health and Society, Newcastle University.

World-leading health economist Cam Donaldson defends our systems on the same basis as those who seek to erode public services, namely, that of economic efficiency.

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World-leading health economist Cam Donaldson defends NHS-type systems on the same basis as their detractors . First, we know we can argue strongly that the public funding of health care is both equitable and efficient

World-leading health economist Cam Donaldson defends NHS-type systems on the same basis as their detractors: economic efficiency. First, we know we can argue strongly that the public funding of health care is both equitable and efficient. Governments need to be explicit about this and support such a position.

has been added to your Basket. This is economics with a human - and humane - face. Everyone concerned about health care needs to read this book. -Professor Anthony J. Culyer. Cam Donaldson is an excellent provocative economics writer who can tell it like it is and engage people in the big issues of the day.

in applying the results of WTP studies to publicly funded health care settings. Retrieved 9 April 2014.

in applying the results of WTP studies to publicly funded health care settings Using economics in healthcare priority setting.

World-leading health economist Cam Donaldson defends NHS-type systems on the same basis as their detractors: economic efficiency. However, protecting government funding of health care is not enough: scarcity has to be managed. Donaldson goes on to show how we can get more out of our systems by addressing issues of value for money. In particular, he demonstrates what has been achieved through health care reform but questions how much more this can deliver relative to getting serious about priority setting.

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Do they have a permanent place in the provision of general health services or are they just ephemeral bureaucracies?

Do they have a permanent place in the provision of general health services or are they just ephemeral bureaucracies? Are they able yet to demonstrate their contributions to healthgain, and in which directions. will they need to develop?

World-leading health economist Cam Donaldson defends NHS-type systems on the same basis as their detractors: economic efficiency.

World-leading health economist Cam Donaldson defends NHS-type systems on the same basis as their detractors: economic efficiency. However, protecting government funding of health care is not enough: scarcity has to be managed. Donaldson goes on to show how we can get more out of our systems by addressing issues of value for money. In particular, he demonstrates what has been achieved through health care reform but questions how much more this can deliver relative to getting serious about priority setting.The issues addressed in the book have global relevance and this accessible book will therefore appeal to the public, health professionals and health policy specialists.