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Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Author:
    James H. Swan,Carroll L. Estes
  • ISBN:
    0803939930
  • ISBN13:
    978-0803939936
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    SAGE Publications, Inc (November 25, 1992)
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    351 pages
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    Medicine & Health Sciences
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Carroll L. Estes is Professor of Sociology at the University of California, San Francisco. She subsequently published two books with Sage: The Long Term Care Crisis (1993) and Social Policy and Aging (2001).

Carroll L. She is the founding and former director of the Institute for Health & Aging (1979-98) and the former Chair of the Department of Social & Behavioral Sciences, School of Nursing, UCSF. Dr. Estes is a member of the Institute of Medicine and the National Academy of Sciences and past president of the Gerontological Society of America, American Society on Aging, and Association for Gerontology in Higher Education.

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This book examines the implementation of the prospective payment system (PPS) in the US for Medicare hospital reimbursement, which started in 1983. The authors discuss the impact of the PPS on health care provision and conclude that rather than improving conditions for the elderly in their transition from hospital to community and decreasing escalating health costs, the PPS has restructured the system with.

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Estes, . and Swan, . 1993), The Long Term Care Crisis: Elders Trapped in the No Care Zone (London: Sage). Hunter, D. McKeganney, N. P. and MacPherson, I. (1988), Care of the Elderly Policy and Practice (Aberdeen: University of Aberdeen Press). Le Grand, J. (1991), ‘Quasi-markets and Social Policy’, Economic Journal, 101, 408, pp. 1256–67. CrossRefGoogle Scholar

The Long Term Care Crisis: Elders Trapped in the No-Care Zone. Estes, Carroll Lynn was born on May 30, 1938 in Fort Worth, Texas, United States. Daughter of Joe Ewing and Carroll (Cox) Estes.

The Long Term Care Crisis: Elders Trapped in the No-Care Zone. This book examines the implementation of the prospective. This book examines the implementation of the prospective payment system (PPS) in the US for Medicare hospital reimbursement, which started in 1983.

This book examines the implementation of the prospective payment system (PPS) in the US for Medicare hospital reimbursement, which started in 1983.

The authors discuss the impact of the PPS on health care provision and conclude that rather than improving conditions for the elderly in their transition from hospital to community and decreasing escalating health costs, the PPS has restructured the system with the result that the greater financial burden is placed on informal caregivers, community and home health care agencies and the elderly themselves.