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The Resource Severed trust : why American medicine hasn't been fixed, George D. Lundberg, with James Stacey

Severed trust : why American medicine hasn't been fixed, George D. Lundberg, with James Stacey

Label
Severed trust : why American medicine hasn't been fixed
Title
Severed trust
Title remainder
why American medicine hasn't been fixed
Statement of responsibility
George D. Lundberg, with James Stacey
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
ESR
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Lundberg, George D.
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Stacey, James.
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  • Medical care
  • Public health
  • Social medicine
  • Medical policy
  • Medical care, Cost of
Label
Severed trust : why American medicine hasn't been fixed, George D. Lundberg, with James Stacey
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "Revised and updated with comprehensive new solutions to the health care dilemma"--Cover
  • "Chapter 11 copyright 2002"--T.p. verso
Bibliography note
Includes index
Contents
Ch. 1. The enemy is Us: why medical care costs so much and what we can do about it -- Ch. 2. The question of queues: why we have to ration care -- Ch. 3. The coverage circus: why what you need is not always what you get -- Ch. 4. There is no alternative to medicine: why people buy care wherever they find it -- Ch. 5. Mouse calls for house calls: the benefits, deficits, and promotion of Internet care -- Ch. 6. A terminal profession: why medicine is under attack -- Ch. 7. Uninformed consent: when disclosure is incomplete, misleading, or nonexistent -- Ch. 8. Disclosures on death: why doctors should help patients die -- Ch. 9. The search for quality: it all begins on the autopsy table -- Ch. 10. The way to reform: thinking about a better system -- Ch. 11. Patient-focused control: fixing our broken health system
Control code
ocm49864801
Dimensions
21 cm.
Edition
Rev. edition.
Extent
xii, 355 p.
Isbn
9780465042920
Label
Severed trust : why American medicine hasn't been fixed, George D. Lundberg, with James Stacey
Publication
Note
  • "Revised and updated with comprehensive new solutions to the health care dilemma"--Cover
  • "Chapter 11 copyright 2002"--T.p. verso
Bibliography note
Includes index
Contents
Ch. 1. The enemy is Us: why medical care costs so much and what we can do about it -- Ch. 2. The question of queues: why we have to ration care -- Ch. 3. The coverage circus: why what you need is not always what you get -- Ch. 4. There is no alternative to medicine: why people buy care wherever they find it -- Ch. 5. Mouse calls for house calls: the benefits, deficits, and promotion of Internet care -- Ch. 6. A terminal profession: why medicine is under attack -- Ch. 7. Uninformed consent: when disclosure is incomplete, misleading, or nonexistent -- Ch. 8. Disclosures on death: why doctors should help patients die -- Ch. 9. The search for quality: it all begins on the autopsy table -- Ch. 10. The way to reform: thinking about a better system -- Ch. 11. Patient-focused control: fixing our broken health system
Control code
ocm49864801
Dimensions
21 cm.
Edition
Rev. edition.
Extent
xii, 355 p.
Isbn
9780465042920

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