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Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Author:
    David Dranove
  • ISBN:
    069112941X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0691129419
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  • Publisher:
    Princeton University Press; 1 edition (February 24, 2008)
  • Pages:
    296 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Medicine & Health Sciences
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    1965 kb
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    1330 kb
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    1174 kb
  • Rating:
    4.6
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    384
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E N T S ✚ I drew inspiration for this book from my mother, Dorothy Dranove, and m. .

AN ECONOMIST EXPLAINS HOW TO REVIVE THE HEALTHCARE SYSTEM WITHOUT DESTROYING IT David Dranove CodeRed p r i n c e t o n a n d o x f o r . Quality Revolution 147 Chapter Seven Mending the Safety Net 176 Chapter Eight Reviving the American Healthcare System 205 Appendix An Alphabet Soup of Healthcare Acronyms 235 Notes 239 Bibliography 255 Index 269. This page intentionally left blank. A C K N O W L E D G M E N T S ✚ I drew inspiration for this book from my mother, Dorothy Dranove, and my father-in-law, Sandor Salgo, both of whom passed away in 2007.

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In Code Red, David Dranove explains how the United States came to finance healthcare; critically examines proposals that are often touted as solutions to what ails the healthcare system, like quality report cards an.

In Code Red, David Dranove explains how the United States came to finance healthcare; critically examines proposals that are often touted as solutions to what ails the healthcare system, like quality report cards and consumer-directed healthcare; and provides his own sensible prescription for reform. -Jill Quadagno, author ofOne Nation, Uninsured. This is an excellent book and a truly valuable contribution to the discussion of healthcare in the United States

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Code Red lays the foundation for a thriving healthcare system and is indispensable for anyone trying to make sense of the thorny issues of healthcare reform.

In Code Red, David Dranove, one of the nation's leading experts on the economics of healthcare, proposes a set .

Dranove offers pragmatic remedies, some of them controversial, all of them crucially needed to restore the system to vitality.

Code Red. Book Description: The . healthcare system is in critical condition-but this should come as a surprise to no one. Yet until now the solutions proposed have been unworkable, pie-in-the-sky plans that have had little chance of becoming law and even less of succeeding. Dranove offers pragmatic remedies, some of them controversial, all of them crucially needed to restore the system to vitality.

Bibliographic Citation. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2008. Fix the Healthcare System Without Making It Worse . Kissick, William L. (1994-05-15). Related Items in Google Scholar.

The U.S. healthcare system is in critical condition--but this should come as a surprise to no one. Yet until now the solutions proposed have been unworkable, pie-in-the-sky plans that have had little chance of becoming law and even less of succeeding. In Code Red, David Dranove, one of the nation's leading experts on the economics of healthcare, proposes a set of feasible solutions that address access, efficiency, and quality.

Dranove offers pragmatic remedies, some of them controversial, all of them crucially needed to restore the system to vitality. He pays special attention to the plight of the uninsured, and proposes a new direction that promises to make premier healthcare for all Americans a national reality. Setting his story against the backdrop of healthcare in the United States from the early twentieth century to the present day, he reveals why a century of private and public sector efforts to reform the ailing system have largely failed. He draws on insights from economics to diagnose the root causes of rising costs and diminishing access to quality care, such as inadequate information, perverse incentives, and malfunctioning insurance markets. Dranove describes the ongoing efforts to revive the system--including the rise of consumerism, the quality movement, and initiatives to expand access--and argues that these efforts are doomed to fail without more fundamental, systemic, market-based reforms. Code Red lays the foundation for a thriving healthcare system and is indispensable for anyone trying to make sense of the thorny issues of healthcare reform.


BlackBerry
Dranove is a real economist and does a good job of laying out the economic principles that make the US health care market idiosyncratic. He also nicely and clearly distinguishes his own personal opinions and biases from empirical facts and the prevailing wisdom in the field. Not all "scholars" have such intellectual integrity. Anyone seeking a deeper understanding of US health care will find this book useful.
FreandlyMan
Great review of a tough topic and potentially explosive. Anyone looking to gain a solid understanding of the issues surrounding the current debate on healthcare financing and reform will find this book useful.
Ohatollia
Great details on history, present and future of healthcare policy, technology, and markets and how our industry maybe be shaped in the future
Maman
this book provided an informative overview of the history of organized healthcare in the US. Additionally, it outlined the barriers to healthcare reform. I used it for a course but have recommended it to friends as a good book to look at role of healthcare reform in this country
santa
Only thing missing was the best practice for rationing healthcare. It was good to have such a good overview and document the challenges ahead.
Monn
Good info for those intersted in the economics of health care but really too many typos. The errors can be quite distracting.
Trex
Thorough review of what's wrong with existing policies and how we got here, but limited views on how to fix it.
A must read for those seeking a thorough understanding of the strengths and shortcomings of the US healthcare system.